Sunday Salon: Weekly Links 12/29/13

Sunday Salon

Pernille Ripp suggests teachers choose one idea to try in the New Year–and she provides a list of good possibilities.

I wish all teachers and administrators would read Mark Barnes’s post on the Top 5 Reasons Homework Fails Kids.

You won’t be able to read Ana’s Year in Review post without adding at least a few titles to your wish list.

KidLit Frenzy shares her favorite picture books of the year.

Carrie at There Is a Book for That picks her 13 favorite reads of 2013.

I really enjoy Rohan Maitzen’s blog, Novel Readings, and this post taking stock of her writing in 2013 contains lots of links to significant writing over the year.

I might have to participate in Joy’s Read Along of Gretchen Rubin’s Happiness Project.

Paul Bogush explains why we should create classrooms where students challenge authority.

George Couros has a thought-provoking post on teaching digital citizenship.

I love Maria Popova’s Brain Pickings site and found this interview about her writing process really interesting.

Kari Wagner-Peck’s post about telling her seven-year-old son he has Down syndrome manages to be both hilarious and poignant.

 

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3 thoughts on “Sunday Salon: Weekly Links 12/29/13

  1. Pingback: It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? 12/30/13 | the dirigible plum

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