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These documentaries are not listed as being 100% fact, they’ve been chosen for their thought provoking content and many discuss new ideas and concepts that are either currently impossible to be scientifically explored or have yet to be explored enough. Have you seen any of these documentaries?

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Teachers and parents of teens and young adults with ADHD: Want smart kids? Use smartphones.

Smartphones are everywhere (58% of students ages13-17, 74% of students ages 25-34). Easy internet access with unlimited data access is a powerful tool. Defray costs through Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).

*Organize assignments before starting. Choose words carefully for online resources.
*Foster productivity. Focus on the process, not just the endpoint.
*Schedule homework thoughtfully. Consider access outside the classroom.
*Spread the word often. Include teachers, parents, and fellow students.
*Take videos of lectures. Keep them short (<5 minutes).

"Our kids" love their toys. Transition from entertainment to education.

#ADHD

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How To Manage Group Work - with evidence-based resources!
Learn about:
-Putting Students Into Groups
-Encouraging Effective Collaboration
-Creating Accountability
-Resolving Conflicts
http://www.learningscientists.org/blog/2016/9/11/weekly-digest-26

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5 Great Tools to Enhance Students Reading and Writing Skills
Deep thinking is key to deep learning which in turn is only possible through total immersion. In an age full of all kinds of digital distractions, the notion of deep learning is fading away driving several neuroscientists and media scholars to sound the ala...

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In an age in which learners are expected to be more autodidactic than ever before: https://goo.gl/GErYoj

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