As Georgia's educators are incorporating more virtual learning into their instruction, it is important to be able to make it accessible for all students and to learn additional strategies for increasing student engagement in both in-person and virtual learning environments. This collection of Let's Learn GA! videos is designed specifically for K-12 educators to support positive classroom climate and engagement.
In this special PBIS video, teachers learn about using effective attention signals in the classroom.
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Hall County Media Specialist Dana Farr shares some virtual instruction tips and tricks for K-12 teachers.
Langston Chapel 5th grade teacher, India James, explains how she models "I Can" statements in her classroom and how the exercise of repeating these phrases as a class and between peers can shift the energy of her students throughout the learning process.
In this episode of Let’s Learn GA!, Georgia Teacher Kay Brumbelow discusses how to establish and teach classroom expectations.
In this episode of Let’s Learn GA!, hear how 4th grade teacher, Ms. Amaris Smith, at Southfield Elementary in Bibb County engages her students utilizing brain breaks. By using this strategy the school saw a 45% increase in virtual student engagement.”
In this special PBIS video, teachers can learn how to use exit slips in their classroom to gauge student understanding at the end of a lesson.
In this special PBIS episode of Let's Learn GA!, learn strategies that positively reinforce and celebrate students in the classroom.
Join Pre-K teacher Tashonia Sims as she breaks down her two favorite instructional techniques using video examples, in this segment of Let's Learn GA!