The pandemic has made it difficult for teachers to create successful learning environments. Now as schools return to normalcy, a study finds that new approaches to teaching can make a difference. In a study, scientists tested an online evidence-based approach on over 100 teachers. The strategy encourages educators to prioritize certain learning methods, with peer interactive learning being the most important. Teachers and even homeschooling parents can use interactive and constructive strategies by asking deep, open-ended questions when introducing a new idea.
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