Explore videos that showcase evidence-based learning practices in preK-12 schools, and see our core strategies and key topics in action.
- Brain-Based LearningThe benefits of movement in the classroom aren’t limited to younger students. Pairing new words and concepts with gestures or dance moves locks in understanding—and active brain breaks prime students to learn even more.
- Interest-Based LearningEncouraging students to bring their creativity and imagination to challenging content makes it more accessible—and helps them learn it more deeply.
- Collaborative LearningThe team competition is fierce in this informal assessment activity, in which students have to work together to win.2.3k
- Collaborative LearningWhen students solve each other’s problems, they gain confidence in their own skills and witness the power of collaboration in real time.736
- Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)By providing middle school students a chance to walk in someone else’s shoes, teachers can help them develop empathy—and a stronger connection to content.794
- Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)When middle and high school students are given the chance to build social and emotional skills during the school day, they get better at self-regulation and grow more socially aware—both in and out of the classroom.311
- Brain-Based LearningStudents are still learning, even during brief breaks, which serve to help them decompress, refocus, and process new information.969
- Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)When social and emotional learning is woven into core math curriculum, elementary students can grow in their math skills, social awareness, and emotional literacy—all at the same time.351
- LiteracyBy reading books out loud every day, teachers introduce students to higher-level texts and new vocabulary, while modeling deeper thinking and strong discussion skills.514
- Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)Establishing predictable routines and clear roles in preschool helps even the youngest students grow in their ability to make decisions, take on responsibilities, and accomplish tasks independently.429