Month: February 2018

5 Classroom Library Myths

  I strongly feel that classroom libraries are essential for all classrooms, not just for English classrooms. Students need to understand that literacy does not end once they walk out of their English classroom’s door. Students need to see that books do not always have a storyline, and that reading

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Find great ideas for keeping students engaged in learning with puzzles and games from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Using Puzzles and Games in the Classroom to Engage Students

Using puzzles, games, breakout boxes and escape rooms have become a trend in education. We recently had a #2ndaryELA Twitter chat about using puzzles and games in the ELA classroom. Read about how these teachers are incorporating these strategies into their lessons. Q1: How are you already using puzzles and

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Learn about three great digital learning technology tools to help make your lessons more engaging for students. #technology #edtech

Digital Learning Tools For Teachers and Students

On February 22, Digital Learning Day will be celebrated in many schools. Here are three great classroom technology tools to help you plan and create dynamic digital lessons. Flipgrid is a great online video tool that allows students to respond to questions in a short video format. This tool is

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