Real-life integration of education cores, English language arts (ELA) and mathematics, develops concept connections through meaningful activities. It is often easier for parents to think of ways to bring reading and writing into their children’s everyday lives, as communication
The lazy days of summer are in full swing. Last summer, the world was collectively lying low in the middle of the pandemic. Many destinations were closed, travel was limited, summer camps ceased, and kids stayed close to home.
Information retrieval and memory are underpinning neurological skills that help us accomplish a variety of learning tasks. While most people understand the importance of memory, many may not understand retrieval. It is the ability to fluidly recall and draw
Summer break is just around the corner for students. While every student is looking forward to decompressing and relaxing, especially after this unprecedented last school year, two months is a long time without structured classroom learning activities. It is
The last year for students has been anything but a typical school experience. Physical school attendance for most students ended during late spring of the 2019-2020 school year. School systems across the United States were woefully unprepared for the
The Positive Effects of Game-Based Learning on Educational Outcomes: Education Tools in the Digital Age
Children living in a modern world have a high level of digital fluency. They have grown up with tablets, touchscreens, and voice-activated applications as part of their day-to-day lives. Moreover, a higher percentage of children than ever before, engage
Six fun distance-learning activities to keep Math and reading skills sharp Parents across the country are working hard to keep the household running smoothly. Many times this includes working from home while children are distance learning. Parents do lean