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Do you struggle to find ways to keep ALL your students engaged and thinking at higher levels?
Are you worn out from trying to differentiate for the many different levels and needs of the children in your classroom?
Are you searching for ways to make learning fun?
I'm here to provide you with tips, resources, and simple actionable strategies to keep your students engaged, challenged, and thinking at higher levels.
Everything we do here at Keep ’em Thinking is focused on how it will affect student achievement and is driven by these core beliefs:
- Emotions drive attention and attention drives learning and memory
- All students are capable of learning at higher levels
- Knowing your students well is key
- Learning should be fun
- You don’t have to put on a dog and pony show to keep your students engaged
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If you have reluctant writers then this is the resource for you! I used the Halloween resource earlier this year and my students were wild about this assignment. It allows them the freedom to create their own story, but with sufficient guidance to allow them to produce a great story. My reluctant writers were very engaged!
I used this in my small group time with unmotivated students to get them excited about learning again. It is a treasure trove of resources and super easy to use. LOVED it!!!
My students absolutely loved this game! I used this during a formal observation. I was able to get technology, collaboration, higher-order thinking questions, and math all in one shot.