Creating Student Engagement for Virtual Learning

One of the major components of a classroom is student engagement. As a middle school teacher, I have always tried to be cognizant of student engagement.  Whether I’m in the front of the class making a fool of myself, creating content about the most recent “dopest thing ever,” or giving assignments that require watching TikTok[Read More]

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