Use the 3 Ms to Keep Students Engaged at Home

Use the 3 Ms to Keep Students Engaged at Home

Keeping students engaged while at home can be tough -- but don't worry, we've got your back! Jordan shows us how to use the "3 M's" (Modeling, Monitoring, and Motivating) to keep students engaged and on-task.

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