The Monster Named, ‘Student Engagement’

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edtechem
Jul 6, 2019 · 5 min read
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Naming the Monster

Feeding the Monster

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4th grade students utilize a digital graphic organizer to compare/contrast different Native American nations.
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Pear Deck is a Google Slides add-on that can be used to capture student response in a variety of ways throughout a lesson.
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Tic-Tac-Toe menu, used in a 7th grade Math classroom

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edtechem

I am an Instructional Technology Coach and Client Succcess Manager at Educate LLC. I believe in the power of communities to fight for equity and access for all.

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edtechem

Written by

edtechem

I am an Instructional Technology Coach and Client Succcess Manager at Educate LLC. I believe in the power of communities to fight for equity and access for all.

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Read stories of innovation within the Educate community.

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