Framing a lesson is important to me. I try and do this in varied ways; sometimes Iâ€™ll share a story, sometimes Iâ€™ll use a quote related to a theme, sometimes itâ€™s a picture, and quite often itâ€™s a short video. Something inspiring that helps my students understand its relevance to what we are learning, something that will fire those brain neurons, something that frames our lesson. Something from TED.
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