Setting goals allow students to participate and take responsibility for their own learning achievement.
Teaching students different breathing techniques can help regulate their bodies and minds.
Having rituals in the classroom can create a bigger bond with teachers and their students.
Use your favorite device to record a lesson ahead of class. Upload the video to youtube, and be an extra set of hands in your classroom, versus the instructor up front.
The students will be given a set amount of time to complete the task at their spot. When the timer goes off, they will “scoot” or move to the next task.
Having students practice mindfulness by being aware of their five senses can help students regulate their bodies.
Sketchnoting is a way of notetaking that involves the use of visual representations along with words to increase learning.
“Studying related skills or concepts in parallel is a surprisingly effective way to train your brain.” – Steven C. Pan, Scientific American
Using stations around your classroom allows students to work cooperatively and be out of their seats in the classroom. This can be used for hands-on experiments, use of manipulatives, or review of content.