This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Shoelace Learning.
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TikTok, YouTube, and video games that are typically thought of as strictly “fun” can unlock incredible learning value when we approach them the right way. Traditional summer reading lists have proven to be an uphill battle for many educators and parents. Kids have developed a very high bar for the kinds of content that they find engaging. TikTok, YouTube, and video games are designed to grab (and hold) children’s attention, and managing screen time is at the forefront for many parents.
In this edWeb podcast, the presenters share how educators can teach parents to leverage these captivating channels that kids already love to further comprehension development in a way that comes naturally. Educators leave with tangible resources chock-full of innovative strategies including curated media options across these channels, sample questions to initiate comprehension discussions at home, and an upbeat, energized approach to what summer learning can look like.
This edWeb podcast is of interest to elementary and middle school teachers.Shoelace Learning
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