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To successfully introduce games into your classroom, play them first, make them voluntary, and think of them as tools for differentiation and building classroom culture.
By teaching students to "drive their own brain" through metacognition, we provide a concrete way to guide them think about how they can best learn.
Social and Emotional Learning
Research shows that SEL increases prosocial classroom behavior, teaches cognitive control, changes students' home life, and prepares them for future success.
The PBL pilot program rollout continues as two adventurous teachers open lines of communication with parents and engage their fifth graders with a driving question.
Instead of focusing solely on social media, connected educators should stay tuned into their classrooms, meet other educators face to face, and model real-world engagement.
Personal Learning Network
Six educators share the insights, changes, and rewards observed and felt during their journey from unconnectedness to connectedness.
By inviting her class to choose their own subjects for a historical reformers project, Sarah Cooper learned a lot about her students' interests and passions.
Support students in organizing their space, time, and backpacks so that they'll perform better and develop the efficiency that will help them later in life.
When using scannable technology with students, you can also use these tools to keep parents in the loop about classroom community activities and homework.