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The Power of Guided Play through a Narrative in the Pre-K Classroom

September 13, 2019 By Margit E. McGuire, PhD

Young children understand stories and love to have books read to them often to the point that they memorize and can recite a favorite story from memory. Narratives establish supportive conditions in the brain for learning and remembering (McTighe and Willis, 2019). As young learners brains develop, their imaginations also run wild, and they love to pretend. Combining these two elements, the role-play with the narrative, is the basis for the Storypath learning method.

Classroom Blogs: Your Easy Guide to Incorporating them into Lesson Plans

August 27, 2019 By Dennis Fowler

Do you purposely plan your lessons with your students’ “interests” in mind? If not, you should start doing so immediately.

The Hook: 4 Ways to Dynamically Engage Your Students from Day One

April 10, 2019 By Dennis Fowler

How do you start your class every day?

7 Reasons Social Studies Teachers Should Use Role-Playing Simulations

November 9, 2017 By Richard Di Giacomo

Role-playing simulations are great for retention, comprehension, literacy, and group
decision-making. Here we'll discuss what they are and why they work. 

4 Ways to Use Storytelling to Help Students Engage with Social Studies

October 5, 2017 By Dixie Massey

“My least favorite thing about school is world history.”