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7 Digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels
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7 Digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels

E-learning

To engage students, teachers need tools that work well regardless of where learning happens — hybrid, virtual or in-person. Here is a list of digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels, curated by teacher and author Rachelle Dene Poth:

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5 Elements that make lessons more engaging

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Many teachers have a hard time when it comes to creating engaging lessons, but there are solutions! CYPHER LEARNING CEO, Graham Glass, discusses the five elements that make lessons more engaging.

How to manage slow-working students in your classroom
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How to manage slow-working students in your classroom

Teachers

Students experience learning differently and some of them will not always be able to keep pace with the rest of the classroom. Since most teachers have slow-working students in their classrooms, let’s see what you can do to help them catch up!

Connecting with students in the online classroom
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Connecting with students in the online classroom

E-learning

One of the biggest hurdles you can face as a teacher is keeping your students engaged and interested. When they’re learning at home, that’s an even more difficult task. Thankfully, there are ways to connect with your students in the online classroom.

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5 Ways to mix education and entertainment in the classroom

Teachers

While learning is a serious matter, that doesn’t mean that your teaching has to follow the traditional path. Here are five ways in which edtech helps teachers mix education with entertainment for a more enjoyable learning experience:

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12 Tools to explore during Computer Science Week

Teachers

Computer Science Week is a great opportunity to engage your students in more independent, hands-on learning and spark curiosity for learning how to code. Here are twelve tools to help you make this happen:

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The gains and pains of the think-pair-share strategy

Teachers

Any teaching strategy has benefits and drawbacks. As teachers, it’s up to us to decide if think-pair-share is good for our classroom and how we can adapt it for our students. To help you make this decision, here are the gains and pains of think-pair-share:

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8 Digital tools for engaging classroom presentations

E-learning

Integrating presentations in teaching is an accessible way to bring technology to the classroom and are also easy to integrate into any type of lesson and teaching style, so let’s explore eight tools that help teachers create more engaging classroom presentations:

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Answering the Why? How? What? of lesson planning

Teachers

Making students aware of the usefulness of what you’re teaching right now is a major challenge. Answering the Why? How? What? of lesson planning helps you boost confidence and motivation when it comes to the learning process:

10 Top tips for creating more effective online learning forums
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10 Top tips for creating more effective online learning forums

E-learning

Asynchronous discussions have many benefits, but the most important one is that students don’t have to be in a classroom at the same time to learn from each other. Many teachers have found that class discussions can work just as well through an online forum, as long as it’s organized, has a clear structure, and students can rely on teacher feedback.

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