One student engagement strategy is to offer diverse pathways through content--pathways students would have to 'unlock' to progress.
From brainstorming ideas to streaming video, here are 12 of the best apps for collaborative learning in the classroom.
As schools continue to monitor and adjust approaches to teaching and learning, educators moving their classes online may have challenges cultivating and sustaining a tight-knit, engaged learning environment.
In this discussion strategy for learning through conversation, rather than one another, students talk to ideas--and the ideas talk back.
Flipgrid is a free, education-focused platform to create and share short videos.
If you listen to students and talk to their families, you can often find a wonderful and authentic idea for a project-based learning unit.
Google Jamboard is a free app used for real-time, visual collaboration with students that integrates with Google Drive and Classroom.
By definition, learning is social in nature. Using different mediums, whether it be books, discussions, technology, we study and make meaning together.