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November is a month filled with significant events in the realm of government and civics. There are many ways to connect students with real-world learning experiences that will help them to understand the fundamentals of democracy, citizenship, and civic responsibility. Understanding how the U.S. government works and learning about historical events is essential for students to be informed and engaged citizens.
November is National Native American Heritage Month, and today on the blog, I have a handful of reading materials you can introduce to elementary students over the next few weeks – and throughout the school year. These resources on Indigenous Peoples’ History are from one of my favorite spots to go when looking for high-quality materials to share with students!
With PebbleGo, educators can find a lot of great resources for students to explore something of interest and engage in learning that is fun and informative. Here are some creative ideas for fall and how PebbleGo helps students to engage more in learning and connect with the content in more authentic ways.
In today’s blog post, we’ll examine where to find short texts and how to get them into the hands of teachers and students. Supporting student researchers this school year may be easier than you think!
I was so excited to get this little surprise in the mail from my friends at Capstone. They are the PebbleGo Curiosity Cards and as the playing card box says they Spark curiosity and inspire inquiry with 52 distinct questions that can be answered by searching within PebbleGo.
With resources available through Capstone students have access to so many beneficial and engaging learning materials. In addition to the educational content, the learning materials provide students with an opportunity to practice and develop good habits when it comes to using digital tools. Using PebbleGo and PebbleGo Create are excellent ways to help students build essential digital citizenship and digital literacy skills.
Identifying the right ed tech resources for your school district involves multiple steps and processes. To begin, it is always best to include multiple people and offices in the processes to ensure that need, service, added value, and cost are evaluated together.
This fall, students can dive into a wide range of health topics in PebbleGo Next’s interactive reading platform. Today on the blog, we’ll take a look at everything PebbleGo Next Health has to offer, along with some of the reasons why you might incorporate these topics into student reading experiences this school year.
What are the factors to consider in selecting the resources relevant to the educators and students who will use the tool? As you navigate the process of selecting the most relevant ed tech resources for your school or district, it is important that they be effective for the educators and students who will utilize them. There are multiple factors to consider because you want everyone who will use the resources to be happy with the selection.