These three extensions have been saving me a ton of time with distance learning and keep my students engaged throughout my lessons.
Student engagement is a struggle in the classroom, but you can bring your strategies from your brick & mortar classroom to your virtual one easily. Read about these two strategies that I use to enhance student engagement.
To teach math remotely is definitely a new challenge for teachers. Here are a few things you can do to keep students engaged while virtually teaching them.
So my last post talked about engaging students in six easy websites, and Flocabulary was at the top of the list! Let me tell you – it’s one of the best websites I was told about. My students love it & I’m not going to… Read More »QUICK READ: 3 Reasons to Use Flocabulary in your Math Class.. or any class really!
1: Flocabulary My students absolutely love Flocabulary and so do I! It’s a great way to boost engagement through hip hop music. Videos are aligned to CCLS standards for ELA and Math AND they have activities for students to do with the topics. Did I… Read More »How To Boost Student Engagement in 6 Easy Websites
Give students (and parents) a glimpse of what they’ve learned so far with these easy to create study guides.
Google Docs + Slides can be used in your math class. Here you will find several ways to use it in student projects.
Prodigy game is a fun way for students to practice math without even realizing it! Students answer questions disguised as a wizard battle and you get great data to progress monitor!