You can reduce behaviour issues in your classroom while bringing fun into your teaching!
Want to learn about this win-win situation?
As a teacher, you probably feel that the crowded curriculum comes in your way of helping your students develop important life skills such as creative thinking. You probably also struggle with behaviour issues, as we all know that behaviour issues have increased in the last couple of years.
If you want to create an engaging environment and reduce behaviour issues, we have exactly what you are looking for!
In this episode of The Thinking Effect, we share with you what creative thinking is, why it is so vital to develop this skill and how you can easily incorporate it into your existing curriculum.
Including the activities we share in this episode in your lessons will increase your students’ engagement and enjoyment in your lessons. And we all know what happens when students enjoy learning – they learn and behave much better!
So, tune in to Episode #8; how can we help students develop creative thinking to bring fun into your teaching and reduce behaviour issues in your classroom. Your students will thank you for that.
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