NBCT, teachers: Engage students with simulations
What is believed to be the oldest American flag with the 13 stars of the 13 colonies represented hangs in the State House in Annapolis, Md. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
Simulations can help engage students in deeper learning, according to several educators, including National Board Certified Teacher Melissa Miles. In this article, they share examples of simulations in math, science and other subjects, including one in which students play roles to help them better understand the Articles of Confederation.

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