It’s all about LEGOs! Yes, these little plastic bricks have transcended from a humble childhood toy box staple to a popular and sophisticated educational tool.
If you ask a kid to draw a scientist, most of them will come up with the same image: an elderly man wearing a lab coat and holding a microscope. It’s a stereotype we all know well.
Administrative policy may dictate how teachers deal with climate strikes. Preparing them for responding to the needs of increasingly ecologically aware students is more complicated.
Grammatically, it’s an awful-sounding word: gamification, or as a verb, to “gamify” the classroom. Teachers, however, have found a powerful tool here.