Cory Gleasman, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Education at Tennessee Tech University talks we us about how to incorporate coding and technology across elementary and middle school classes. In this webinar, Cory will discuss how to use coding and active play as an entry-point to incorporating computer science across different subject areas whether students are virtual or in-person.
At Unruly, we know that social emotional learning (SEL) takes time and practice. That’s why we’ve developed an activity pack focusing on the core CASEL (The Collab-orative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning) competencies of self-management, self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.
As an educator, you want to help each and every student engage deeply with what they are learning. But you don’t have the time or resources to tailor every lesson for all learning needs. So, how do you make your classroom more inclusive to all different types of learners with varying interests and abilities?