How to Boost Student Engagement on Zoom

Student engagement is one of the most important elements for successful teaching and learning. An engaged classroom promotes active learning, critical thinking, and knowledge retainment. When the majority (or even a good chunk) of students are engaged, they co-create a positive learning environment where students not only engage with the materials, but also help supportContinue reading “How to Boost Student Engagement on Zoom”

Social Distancing

Me: We need to practice social distancing now so that might mean you can’t go to your friend’s house. T: How about she comes to my house? Me: Not really. T: Then how can I have friends?! I can’t go to their house and they can’t go to my house! I will have no friends!Continue reading “Social Distancing”

Coronavirus is Coming!

Me: time to put away your toys. T: but I have so much work to do!Me: well, finish your work tomorrow.T: no I can’t. My work office is closed tomorrow.Me: why? T: because the coronavirus is coming! And my boss will be angry if I don’t finish my work! #toddler #momlife #covid-19 #coronavirus #kidtalk #preschoolContinue reading “Coronavirus is Coming!”

Minimal Supervision Kid Activities During Quarantine

It’s been a week since I am stuck at home with my almost 4 year-old only child while trying to work from home. Other than screen time, here are a few activities that require little to no supervision that worked for me. Play-Doh Time My child LOVES Play-Doh! In particular, she enjoys making food itemsContinue reading “Minimal Supervision Kid Activities During Quarantine”