It's a scary world out there...
Wars, political unrest, hurricanes, disasters - the list of tragedies and difficulties goes on. We live in a broken world that is difficult to navigate as we are bombarded with false ideologies and competing views. Students hear about world events from every avenue of communication, and it can be overwhelming and hard to discern what is true from what is not.
WORLD Watch is here to help.
How can I use this in my classroom?
Implementing a new curriculum tool can sometimes be more work than it's worth. Using a tool efficiently is often more important than the tool itself. We know that teachers spend so much time and effort putting together interesting and informational lesson plans. We want to help you make this process easy, so here are some ways that WORLD Watch can effortlessly be added to your classroom.
How schools use WORLD Watch:
What does WORLD Watch report on?
All these subjects are covered throughout the short daily videos. These videos perfectly coincide with and reinforce what you are already teaching, and open portals for students to see and hear about important things happening all around them.
They get to learn about technology, history, government, art, and many other subjects, and discover important advancements that may change the world they are growing up in. WORLD Watch offers a safe space for kids to see, hear, and learn about things happening outside of the classroom from the safety of their desks.
Here's what you get:
So what are you waiting for?
We would love to talk with you today about WORLD Watch and how you can incorporate it into your classroom! Talk to an educational consultant today and unlock your Free 30-day trial.
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