Teaching the concept of fractional numbers start as early as 1st grade in schools that follow a national/international board syllabus. Yet most of the time, teachers find it challenging to teach fractions to students, especially in higher classes when the level of complexity increases.
Summer is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop!
For those of you eagerly counting down to the next holiday, we have good news. There’s another special day happening very soon — one dedicated to a love of gaming.
Help celebrate the start of the new school year with National Video Games Day on Sept. 12.
The long-drawn battle between teachers and students, at last, comes to an end!
Teaching mathematical concepts in class has always been a challenging task for teachers. Whether it is understanding algebraic equations or basic geometry, students find traditional methods of teaching in class difficult to grasp.
Gamification in e-learning is defined as an educational approach to motivate students to learn by introducing gaming elements and video game design in the learning environment. The objective of gamification is to maximize engagement by capturing the interest of students and inspire them to learn and achieve more.
Sometimes keeping your students engaged during a (long) school day feels like a losing battle. How do you gain their full attention while teaching the skills they need to succeed? How do you turn tough and intimidating concepts into fun, entertaining lessons that actually spark life in the classroom?
Brain teasers for kids are a great form of game-based learning that not only entertain children, but also inspire some creative thought in the classroom. People of all ages can indulge in these playful — yet challenging — activities.
We’ve gathered 45 examples of brain teasers for kids with answers, organized by category:
Multiplication is one of the hardest math concepts for students to grasp, often requiring a frustrating amount of instruction and practice.
Let’s assume you already know the “whys” behind gamification in education: why it works, why it’s backed by research, and why so many teachers love it.
Now, let’s focus on the next step: how to gamify your classroom.
While there are a range of different methods and opinions on the best ways to do it, we’ve performed the research and broken down five actionable steps to gamify education.