What's the Buzz? Education and Learning News Round-Up
November 1, 2012
© Elizabeth Albert
It seemed like there's been so much going on in education and learning. Today I'm sharing the best, most talked-about articles.
(For more great links to education articles, visit Parent Cortical Mass, my go-to site for reading material.)
Against Accelerating the Gifted Child, New York Times Motherlode
Young, Gifted and Neglected, The New York Times Opinion Pages
Why Parenting is More Important than Schools, Time Magazine
Pew study reports: Younger Americans Reading More, School Library Journal
Small Changes in Child's Sleep Can Have Big Impact at School, Los Angeles Times
A Year of Being Well, free book for parents from Michael & Susan Dell Foundation & Alliance for a Healthier Generation
Pumpkins Help Kids Learn About the Elections, Imagination Soup
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) for Kids, November 1 - 30
What do you think of this round-up of articles? Let me know in the comments.
Melissa Taylor is a freelance writer, an award-winning educational blogger at ImaginationSoup, an award-winning teacher with a M.A. in Education, and a mom of two children, ages 6 and 9. Follow Taylor on Twitter or find her on Facebook.
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