The data we have about trends in student engagement are worrisome. A 2015 Gallup poll of more than 800,000 students nationwide in grades 5 through 12 found that, while 50% of all the students polled reported feeling engaged at school, fully 29% of students overall reported not feeling engaged, and an alarming 21% reported feeling actively…
A tremendous amount of research has concluded that student engagement is one of the key contributors to academic (and life) success. We also know that engagement is influenced by context. Learners are more likely to engage if their learning environment is supportive, compassionate, attentive and responsive. Just as students need support to be engaged, classroom…
28 Student-Centered Instructional Strategies by TeachThought Staff Student-centered teaching is teaching designed for the student. This means that planning often begins with the student in mind as opposed [...]
8 Principles Of Gamified Learning by Jonathan Cassie As our society continues to evolve in response to the rapid changes brought on by universally accessible mass technology, the act of teaching (and the experience of learning) has been under significant pressure to adapt. Since the turn of the century, [...]
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