Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Student engagement. Get inspired and try out new things.
Wondering how to engage students in meaningful learning? This ultimate list of active learning strategies is a great reference to use while lesson planning.
Wondering how to keep students engaged and motivated? These student engagement tricks can easily be in-school or online virtual activities. These strategies or for elementary, middle school, or high school, that are also not your typical activities but things teachers can do to increase motivation and engagement.
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Love podcasts? Check out this post in the form of a podcast episode on The Classroom Commute Podcast :
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Engaging ways to incorporate movement into your secondary ELA lesson plans. Ideal for the middle school or high school classroom, these teaching strategies are a sure-fire way to get your students moving. #secondaryELA #teacher #lessonplans
Make learning engaging with these 50 teaching tips, ideas, and techniques to engage students in your elementary classroom.
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Check out my blog for 5 Engagement Strategies that you can start using with your students today!!
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Hello, teacher friends! Let’s kick off today’s Inclusion Lab post with a quote from the amazing Julie Causton—author, educator, speaker, and true inclusion rockstar. When we put together our Classroom Hindsight ebooklet last year, which asked teachers “What do you wish you’d known your first year on the job?,” Julie gave this inspiring answer: […]
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Getting students engaged in lessons dosen't have to be complicated or time consuming. I'm sharing my go-to student engagement strategies. These strategies..
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“Where does your class spend most of their time? #ohedchat #fhsdadm http://t.co/i3mBEpfLIL #txed”
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Ever look out at your students and see glazed eyes and slouching bodies? Of course you have. We all have. That feeling it leaves in the pit of your stomach is just awful. It makes you feel like a t…
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