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- Encouraging student-led exploration and performance can help make Shakespeare’s plays accessible and fun for middle schoolers.389
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- Teachers can ignite students’ enthusiasm for writing with creative assignments based on the books they love to read.334
- Creating memes and cartoons around mathematical concepts and themes helps students realize how much they’ve learned.312
- Helping high school students understand that math has useful applications in their lives can boost their engagement in learning.269