A La Carte – 8 March 2019

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Welcome to A La Carte, the weekly round up of education and other news stories for educators. You’ll find relevant articles for your classroom or professional reading.

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Bringing you some of the best education links from around the web from this week.

  • Singing mice could provide the key to how the human brain functions when in conversation – http://bit.ly/singing_mice
  • Online video sharing site Youtube is moving to disable comments on most videos of kids because of predatory behaviour – via Ars Technica http://bit.ly/2NyQ8M0
  • Here’s a great article on using directed drawings in your classroom – via Teachers Pay Teachers – http://bit.ly/directeddrawings
  • States are looking at longer public school recess times to encourage creativity and make children less cranky and restless – nyti.ms/2Ejwe3r
  • The Haiti school saving children’s lives through dance – bbc.in/HaitiDance
  • A Mighty Girl website has provided some free posters celebrating women role models in science, technology and maths – https://www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=23086

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