regardless of behavior
issues or learning level,
is totally ENGAGED. It’s a
beautiful sight to behold!”
Joel Solomon, Village East Elementary, TeacherGaming User
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Even though #HourOfCode2017 and #CSEdWeek are finished, how do my Gr.3 students want to spend the last hour of the afternoon before Winter Break? Practice more coding with Switch & Glitch!
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How good is @TeacherGaming ... when kids play the game without being assigned. #GamingEd
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#HourofCode with 7th Grade Tech. Students are coding in Switch & Glitch and thinking like programmers! Thanks for the suggestion, @crscienceteach! #proudTBApanther @tbafcs @FrklEdTech
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I am @TeacherGaming follower number 1000 ... checking out their learning experiences aka games. Wicked Cool. Glad to have had the opportunity to chat with them @FETC #fetc
@KerbalSpaceP forced me (willingly) to learn Rocket Science and advanced mathematics. Easily in my top 3 games ever played.
Just three hours of Slice Fractions led to a 10.5% increase in math test results in 3rd graders.
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Slick interface, kids are able to log in easily. We've only used Stranded and Switch and Glitch units so far - but they've been brilliant.