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This Edition: Strategies to Engage Your Students | Tis’ The Season for Science

Watch Sarah Brown Wessling encourage listening and participation with this active strategy.
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Discover how you can use prior knowledge to pique student curiosity.
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Try this great strategy to encourage participation and student collaboration.
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It’s that time of the year when students start to focus more on the upcoming holiday break and less on what’s happening in our classrooms. Who can blame them? The holidays bring up a range of emotions for all of us. What can we do to ensure that our students are engaged and active in their learning for the next few weeks and beyond?

Take a few tips from Ms. Defino as she engages students by activating their prior knowledge. Need a pick-me-up in your classroom? Check out Sarah Brown Wessling’s use of the Stand-Up Game or check out how to use the seasons as a vehicle for engagement with this holiday post from the Tch Next Gen Science Squad. Whatever strategies you use, know that engaging our students is always the best way to get their minds and hearts focused on learning.

Crystal MoreyCrystal Morey
Geneviève Debose Akinnagbe
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
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Whether you engage students with the darkness or with the bright lights of the season, these tips will help you use the solstice as a phenomenon to keep your kids focused and learning.


 
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Try these five ideas to create an engaging environment and build community among your students.




 
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