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How to Identify, Reverse, and Prevent Learning Loss with School-Wide Strategies

Learning loss, whether it stems from summer break, covid-19, self-esteem, or environmental factors is something that we as educators have faced for a very long time. This blog will present practical and easily applicable strategies that your entire school can use to identify, reverse, and prevent learning loss to help close the learning gaps that our students have sustained.

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Get Them Up and Moving! Four Strategies to Keep Students Actively Engaged

Do you get your students up and moving in the classroom? To function more effectively and efficiently, the brain needs oxygen and glucose-rich blood, which the body gets through movement! Help nourish students’ brains by implementing physical activities in the classroom. Here are four activities that will get your students moving in class.

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Cranking Up the Volume on Engagement

By: LaVonna RothPosted 02/28/14
Cranking Up the Volume on Engagement

Looking for ways to spice up your instruction as you prepare for these testing months? Here are some strategies that target how the brain learns, challenge students, and give teachers the instructional insight needed for a formative assessment, differentiation, and higher-order thinking!

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