Parents are quick to point the finger at children’s excessive screen time, when they, too, could benefit from reevaluating their tech use. "Our kids are put on this planet to help us understand the consequences of our actions." @NimahGobir @drugdealermd https://t.co/LBIuQD32Uf
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) August 5, 2022
Literacy is more than just reading. It’s about helping a child learn to engage with the world — how to ask questions, form knowledge, imagine the impossible and reflect. Here are 14 tips to develop literacy at home from our #EducatorsPlaybook, https://t.co/MW1PmSMXgu.
— Penn GSE (@PennGSE) August 8, 2022
If the learning belongs to the student, it follows that students could benefit from a larger role in the communication, bringing their ownership over their learning to the forefront. @amsuad @edutopia https://t.co/qjVeqQ9pr8
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) August 8, 2022