George Lucas Educational Foundation
Pérsida and Bill Himmele
– Sep 26, 12:00 PM
It's likely one of the most common questions that educators use when attempting to engage a room full of students: “Who can tell me?” Though it may come in different forms—“Does anyone know the answer?”—the…
Looking for ways to make your math learning a little more interesting? Grab a few decks of playing cards and introduce some of these math card games to your class. Your students will have fun in spades! Play this math card game alone or as a team.
– Sep 23, 8:30 AM
There's a reason the New York Times calls them “ The Minecraft Generation.” Today's kids and teens have been raised on the game, cutting their teeth on survival mode and moving on to creating complex, multiplayer worlds within…
Improving Literacy for 21st Century Learners – October 9, 2019 Students in your elementary classes today are much different than the ones we had just 10 years ago…and so should the way we support literacy skills. Bring your iPad or…
How do students currently end a class period or their day? Is it a blur? Do students accomplish anything, or are they rushed out at the last minute? Try these strategies for ending your day on a more positive note!