Three Ways Game-Based Learning can be a Helpful Tool

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"A game is an opportunity to focus our energy, with relentless optimism, at something we're good at (or getting better at) and enjoy. In...

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Inclusion, Diversity, Culture, Equity….tell me, what do you think when you hear these words and how do you define these concepts? Depending on your...
The Summer Recharge Checklist

The Summer Recharge Checklist

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The end of the year checklists are marked off, exams are done, the final bell has rung and summer has begun. Most summers have...
A CLASSROOM CULTURE OF LEARNING

8 + 1 Ways to Create a Classroom Culture of Learning

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When students move on from your classroom, with what do you want them to leave? More knowledge? Good grades? These are noble goals, but...
Building on What’s Most Essential in a Time of Rapid Change

Building on What’s Most Essential in a Time of Rapid Change

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For the past three years I have attended and presented sessions at a conference held at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Connecticut. ...

A Visit to a Motivated Classroom

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In this clip, consider how teacher Marilyn Garber uses a combination of student-directed and teacher-directed strategies to develop a partnership of learning in her...
How to Recognize Burnout Before It Starts

How To Recognize Burnout Before It Starts

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What makes the fire fizzle out so fast for a teacher? Sadly, it has been said that fifty percent of those who enter public...
13 Resources on Gamifying Learning

13 Resources on Gamifying Learning

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Gamifying lessons or adding game-based learning activities create student choice opportunities to do additional skill tasks, readings, and experiments. Learn how to add gaming...

Make your Next Summarization Activity Interactive, Artistic, Kinesthetic

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Summarization is one of the most effective teaching strategies, but if it isn’t part of your classroom instruction, you’re not alone. If you’re...

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