Our Prodigy blog series, Teach Math With Prodigy, has come to an end and we are listing down some of the major takeaways from this series.
As a teacher, you’re always thinking of new ways to motivate students in the classroom. After all, when students are engaged and excited about what they’re learning, that’s when the magic happens!
Prodigy makes math learning fun by turning it into an adventure, filled with exciting pets, epic quests and amazing in-game rewards.
We’ve put together a list of next-level tips and tricks to show you how Prodigy can engage students and reward them for good behavior or classroom achievement. (more…)
February is Black History Month — the celebration of African American history, contributions, and achievements that’s recognized annually across the United States and Canada.
For teachers, it’s a great opportunity to teach with intention, honoring the tradition and showing students its importance, along with the importance of black history and culture.
Can you believe it’s been 365 days? A whole year since you made those New Year’s Resolutions and set those teacher goals! Did you accomplish those goals, or did they slip away when week four got too busy?
We all know the feeling of falling short of the goals we set. But not this year.
Whether you’re a teacher setting goals for the new year or the new school year, this article will give you a research-based goal-setting framework, examples and suggestions to accomplish your next set of teacher goals!
Prodigy works as a powerful platform for teachers to manage their math classes efficiently and effectively. If you haven’t been introduced to Prodigy before, check out – https://www.prodigygame.com/blog/teach-math-with-prodigy-effective-interactive-math-learning/
Prodigy is a one-stop educational platform to make math learning easy, efficient and engaging. If you haven’t gotten a chance to read about Prodigy and how it benefits schools, check out: Teach Math With Prodigy: Effective & Interactive Math Learning.
2019 was an amazing year! And guess what? It was all thanks to you — our inspiring Prodigy educators — and the students you tirelessly help to love learning math.
That’s why we made big updates to your Dashboard, and continue to release new pets, special items and fun festivals. Now, we want to remember 2019 together with you, as one big Prodigy family.
From implementing traditional methods of teaching to adopting new and improved game-based learning as an interactive approach, the education system has evolved a lot over the past decade. In fact, according to a survey conducted by The Joan Ganz Cooney Center, more than 74% of teachers from KG to 8th grade have reported using some sort of digital game for teaching and instructing students in their classroom.
(Source: Level up learning: A national survey on teaching with digital games)