Great picture to accompany our update today. Here's a snapshot of a student playfully learning about math elements such as measurement and fractions through hands-on maker activities in the classroom.
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"My daughter Jazmyn, a sixth grader in Los Angeles, had fallen behind in math and was extremely discouraged. Being the mother to a student struggling with math is frustrating. Jazmyn is a visual learner, and the "standardized" system has left her confused and disengaged. Knowing that Jazmyn loved games, I decided to investigate a game-based approach for her math instruction. I found Educade.org…
To successfully support students we need to transform the culture of learning. Game-based and hands-on learning programs motivate and engage students in the classroom using teaching tools that are effective, relevant, and promote 21st century skills such as problem solving and collaboration.
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