READING! “My” for Wednesday, May 27th

It’s the last Wednesday of May and the home stretch in the 2nd full month of this Pandemic Period.

There are so many “firsts” happening during this period and I want to note another one.

Tonight will be the first time that the Diocese of Columbus will be celebrating the Catholic High Schools’ baccalaureate mass together – via Zoom. Should be interesting. I’ll let you know how it goes….

Per usual, we start with the link to The Week and the Five Things to Know Today – a good, balanced source for solid information.

Are you visiting The Conversation and the Good News Network site ? Both are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

And don’t forget about the Creighton U. Daily Reflections – one of my all-time favorite sites!

Here’s today’s The Daily 202 Big Idea by The Washington Post. which I listened to a little while ago.

Need another example of the corporate corruption in the current U.S. government? The Big Idea for today, found in this print story is a doozy.

Finally, here’s the link to yesterday’s Good News Ride Home. I really like the selection of stories, the no-frills reporting and the subtle sense of humor and positivity woven throughout each episode – plus they have a great list of links with each day’s “show notes”

And here’s the link (which stays the same each day) to “My”

The Ed Tech Emergent Daily, Wednesday May 27th You can bookmark this link!

Here are links to a few of the many great articles you can find at today’s “My”

“Nobody Designed Ed Tech Tools for This Crisis – Here’s Why Yours Must Evolve”

“Seven Distance Learning Possibilities to Consider Before Reopening Schools”

The Importance of Mindfulness Meditation Before and After the Pandemic”

“Time to Reconsider the Importance of In-Person Classes”

“What are the Characteristics of Strong Mental Health?”


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