Understanding what a child’s brain needs is central to instruction.
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Let’s face it, no one likes a boring classroom. So as educators, what can we do to improve the experience for our younger students, and at the same time, ensure they are optimizing their learning potential?
It starts by recognizing that kid’s attention spans are not very long, and at a minimum, we must recognize that children need to be engaged to learn.
These tips from long-time educator Kathy Perez provide wonderful strategies you can try in the classroom.