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Find Ways to Secure Student Engagement in School Work

The traditional stereotype of a teacher standing at the front of the classroom asking and answering questions or reading from a script won't work with today's student population. Use this collection to examine a host of strategies, approaches, and technology tools to maintain student interest throughout the school day.
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Find Ways to Secure Student Engagement in School Work
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Since keeping students involved and interested is key to learning, we need to be aware of the best strategies for sustaining students' attention throughout the school day. Check out these five ways for ensuring student engagement in your instruction. As noted in the article, today's technology makes student involvement a much easier task to maintain.
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    Golden Rules for Engaging Students in Learning Activities

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    Kelly Flynn says:
    Listen to the research on student engagement by considering the six interrelated elements outlined in this article as you plan learning activities for your students. Through the activities listed, you can help increase student engagement behaviorally, emotionally, and cognitively. With this in place, student learning and achievement will simultaneously rise.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Listen to educational leader Dr. Katie Martin as she works to promote a culture of learning and innovation to ensure all students are equipped with knowledge and skills to be successful today and tomorrow. Her short TED Talk session pushes for a shared vision of teaching and learning. She supports using learning as a process instead of just an event. This involves authentic learning through practice and meaningful activity.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Mobile devices and other technology are the pathway to student learning in the classroom. With engaging and meaningful technology tools, you can offer students a more individualized learning experience while also freeing up your time to work with students more personally. Use this link to find ways to peak students’ interests through technology that can be accessed through mobile devices and other available technology.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Educational videos provide a great avenue for adding visual stimuli to your lessons. When used the right way, they can amplify learning for students and heighten engagement and achievement. There are plenty of ways to incorporate technology into teaching and educational videos are a simple place to start. Find out more through this link.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    There are numerous ways to enliven your students. Being a seasoned teacher and educational speaker, Julia Thompson says prepared teachers take time in planning to prevent students from being bored in class. She shares a full collection of techniques to try to get students fully engaged in their learning. She says not to be afraid to sample as many approaches as it takes to move your students forward when their attention begins to lag.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    While teachers complain technology distracts students, this doesn't have to be the case if you tap into students' tech-savvy skill set to engage them in learning. There are a vast amount of free online tools teachers and students can rely on. Whether working on research and writing, a class presentation, a science project, or math problems, there are plenty of online possibilities to make assignments more engaging. This link offers 9 top technology tools to better engage students.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Find ways to challenge your advanced students to keep them interested and motivated in class. Educator expert, Joseph Renzulli, suggests spending time focused on students’ strengths and pursuits by creating a learning environment that attends to student talents. Use this link to review seven strategies you can employ to provide a space for all students to mature and learn in fields where they shine.
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