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March’s “Best” Lists – There Are Now 1,882 Of Them
Here’s my regular round-up of new “The Best…” lists I posted this month (you can see all 1,882 of them categorized here):
A Collection Of “Best” Lists Related To Schools, Students & The Fight Against Gun Violence
The Best Sites Offering Free Lesson Plans For Movies
Revised & Updated: Useful Resources For Learning About Race & Racism
The Best Commentaries On The Huge New Study On Race, Inequality & Gender
The Best Resources For Learning About “The March For Our Lives”
“Best” Lists Of The Week: Resources For Reading Instruction
March 21st Is The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – Here Are Related Resources
The Best Resources For Learning About The National Student Walkout On March 14th
“Best” Lists Of The Week: Resources For Writing Instruction
A Compilation Of Resources To Support Student Organizing
“Best” Lists Of The Week: Online Learning Games
The Best Resources For Learning About – & Supporting – The West Virginia Teachers
The Oscars Are Awarded This Sunday – Here Are All My “Best” Lists Related To Movies
“Best” Lists Of The Week: Useful Multilingual Resources
Six “Best” Lists Related To The Gun Control Debate
My Favorite Posts That Appeared In March
I regularly highlight my picks for the most useful posts for each month — not including “The Best…” lists. I also use some of them in a more extensive monthly newsletter I send-out. You can see older Best Posts of the Month at Websites Of The Month (more recent lists can be found here).
You can also see my all-time favorites here. I’ve also been doing “A Look Back” series in recognition of this blog’s eleventh anniversary this past February.
Here are some of the posts I personally think are the best, and most helpful, ones I’ve written during this past month (not in any order of preference). There are a lot of them this month:
“‘A Powerful Purpose Propels Effective Student Collaboration’”
Three Videos Of English Language Learners Giving Advice To Teachers
Shocker: Study Finds That Low-Income Students Tend To Have Less Agency Than Those Coming From Higher-Income Families
Best Article Ever To Have Students Read About Cellphones!
“How Smart Do You Make Others Around You?” Has Been A Useful Question For Me To Ask In Class
We Need To Talk More About Schools As Mediating Institutions
Video: Our Webinar On Equitable Grading For ELLs
Statistic Of The Day: Suspension Numbers For African-American Students
Video: Saturday Night Live Spoofs Betsy DeVos 60 Minutes Interview
My Latest BAM! Radio Show Is On “Smart Tips for Working with Substitute Teachers”
“A Warm-Up ‘Mindset’ Helps Students & Teachers”
Very Useful Twitter List For ELL/ESL/ELT Educators
Study Finds That Principals Can Influence Student Learning Best By – Wait For It – Supporting Teacher Leadership
Anchor Launches A Neat & Easy Way To Create Videos Highlighting Text
This Is So Cool! OK Go Teams Up With Google & Creates Classroom Materials For Their Videos
“Active Listening: Using Times Videos, Podcasts and Articles to Practice a Key Skill”
Guest Post: Here’s The Lesson We’re Doing Prior To The Student Walkout
List Of Knowledge Questions My TOK Students Are Using This Year For Their Oral Presentations
“Teachers Unions ‘Must Claim the Mantle of Educational Leadership’”
“Iris.ia” Seems Like A Very Useful Research Tool
Guest Post: Professional Development in Education – Involving Everyone
“Timelinely” Lets You Easily Create Annotated & Interactive Videos
Take Two: Revised My TOK Oral Presentation Materials AGAIN
Everything You Wanted To Know About The Adolescent Brain But Were Afraid To Ask
Learning About Scientific Discovery In Theory Of Knowledge Class
New Meta-Analysis Identifies Instructional Strategies To Help Struggling Adolescent Readers
“Social Studies is ‘About Creating Skilled Inquirers’”
You Can “Digitize” Your Student Hand-Outs & Worksheets With “PairPrep”
“Free Rice” Vocabulary Game Lets Teachers Create Virtual Classrooms
Results Just Unveiled Of Big New Growth Mindset Study Co-Authored By A Ton Of Well-Known SEL Researchers
“Helping Students ‘get Into History’”
Useful Resources On Using Tech With Students
With Google’s New “Songmaker,” You Can Easily Create…Songs
Intriguing New Study On “Student Engagement” & How To Define It
New Study Documents The Benefits To School That Are Obvious To Us, But Maybe Not So Obvious To Our Students
March’s Most Popular Posts
As regular readers know, at the end of each week I share the five most popular posts from the previous seven days.
I thought people might find it interesting to see a list of the ten most popular posts from the previous thirty days.
You might also be interested in Eleventh Anniversary Of This Blog: What Have Been My Most Popular Posts? (Part One) and Part Two: Eleventh Anniversary Of This Blog – What Have Been My Most Popular Posts?
Here are this month’s most popular posts: