Classcraft is a free online educational role-playing game that teachers and students play together in the classroom.This free program allows you to gamify your class. The step-by-step wizard ensures the teacher sets up their class correctly the first time. Students gain points by your choice of class activities (helping classmates, completing assignments, etc) and lose points by turning in work late or inappropriate actions in class.
“The main advantage of using real objects into the classroom is to make the learning experience more memorable for the learner.” – British Council/BBC
“Personal-interest problems can be used to motivate students and provide concrete examples of…concepts.” – Personal-Interest Problems, Goalbook
Moodle Lesson Modules allow students to progress through content at their own pace in an adaptive environment.
Graffiti boards allow students to “write or visually represent ideas about a topic on a shared space in the classroom.” (Graffiti Boards, Goalbook App)
Calming spaces inside of a classroom can help students disconnect from a possibly out-of-control emotional or sensory situation. Students can then reconnect with the classroom after they are ready or after a set period of time.
“[Break Card] can be a valuable strategy for helping students develop self-control while keeping the classroom calm, safe, and orderly.” – Responsive Classroom Time-out, Responsive Classroom
“Brain breaks are developed and implemented in a classroom to help students regain focus and concentration.” – Chelsea Vrabel
“Teachers…are finding that allowing students choice and movement in their seating arrangements can greatly improve behavior and academic performance.” – Alternative Seating in the Classroom, Create-abilities