Not all schoolwork happens in the classroom. Explore ideas for organizing fun adventures and engaging fieldwork for your students.
- When we are faced with challenges, our brains are activated to learn new things—so long as a foundation of safety, belonging, and trust is there as well.283
- When general education students and students with special needs play together, it breaks down unconscious biases about disability and fosters relationships.4k
- By focusing on play, schools are finding ways to bring students with and without disabilities together, to the benefit of both groups.1.1k
- For both English learners and world language students, getting out of the classroom can make learning new words more engaging.526
- Monthly visits to a nursing home taught middle school students empathy and built their confidence as they practiced their Spanish.457
- When students step out of the classroom and explore the concepts they’ve learned about, they deepen their understanding of science, themselves, and the world.
- Edutopia blogger Monica Burns suggests nine free virtual field trip apps that bring students the world from the comfort of the classroom.2k
- Guest blogger Patrick Cook Deegan, a mindfulness mentor and consultant, teaches students about Earth Day by bringing them outside and engaging their senses. He shares six easy steps to help your class appreciate their natural surroundings.1.3k