An Interactive Explanation!

Updated: Sep 7

Writing a book was never something we ever--I mean EVER-- thought we would do. We have always enjoyed our roles in the classroom and in many ways have felt like teaching children is our calling. Although our preferences may be a bit different, (Mr. Merrill prefers the little in 1st whereas Mrs. Merrill’s sweet spot is a bit older) our methods for teaching are quite similar. We love to integrate technology in ways that foster learning through memorable experiences and engaging learning. Through our years of teaching and the connections we have made along the way, the InterACTIVE Class was born. Let’s dive in a bit more into what InterACTIVE teaching and learning is and how our students can benefit from having an interACTIVE mindset.

What Does it Mean to be InterACTIVE?