It’s always good to try new things! Start this new semester with a fresh state of mind. Check out the best research-based pedagogical methodologies that you can take with you into the new year!
SEL helps students develop skills in dealing “effectively and ethically” with daily behaviors and interactions. These life skills are necessary to teach in school when helping your students outside of the classroom walls. That’s why all of our K-5 STEM curriculum includes SEL.
Here are two ways you can integrate SEL into your current teachings.
Redesigning your classroom space falls parallel with SEL. You can arrange your room in a way that provides students with peaceful areas they can use to calm down, specifically when they need to take a mental break from their studies. Additionally, your classroom can be structured in a way that stimulates student focus and engagement. Here are two ways you can redesign your classroom.
If you’re looking to redesign your classroom, we have the perfect furniture solutions for STEM that allow for efficient use of space and collaboration.
CRP focuses on “three fundamental pillars—academic achievement, cultural competence, and sociopolitical consciousness.” And, more importantly, CRP teaches them how to communicate these issues with diverse communities in a manner that gives them the “tools to transform inequitable systems.” Here are two ways you can integrate CRP into your teachings.
Arts integration utilizes your students’ innate desire to express themselves creatively by implementing the arts into science and math, turning STEM into STEAM. Arts are less objective and more subjective, creating a new way of learning. Here are two ways you can integrate the arts into your teachings.
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