Google Classroom is boring. It’s a box. You need to put some effort into making Classroom engaging. Here are a few tips.
Student engagement isn’t just a nice-to-have, it’s the lifeblood of effective education. Yet, it feels like a mythical beast. Something every educator worldwide is chasing, but only a few can say they’ve truly captured. So, what makes this beast so tricky to tame? Let’s go on an adventure, breaking down the barriers to student engagement and, most importantly, arm ourselves with the tools to tackle these head-on. There is no magic bullet for student engagement. Here are some suggestions for SOME ways to address Student Engagement
Enhancing engagement is a hot topic in the world of education, as it plays a crucial role in student success. Unlock the secrets to enhancing engagement in your classroom with our latest blog post! Discover proven strategies to boost student success by creating a dynamic and enjoyable learning experience. From getting to know your students personally to leveraging technology, these tips will transform your teaching approach and help your students thrive. Don’t miss out on this valuable guide to boosting engagement and fostering a love for learning in your classroom!
While there is no magic bullet for student engagement there are things we can do in the classroom to improve the chance that students will be engaged. The 4 C’s are engaging. Include at least one C in lessons with students to help improve the engagement. Student engagement matters to learning as well as for information retention.
Student centered learning is focusing on the needs and interests of the students. Student centered classrooms are harder than a traditional model. The advantage is helping students to truly have a passion for learning. Better relationship building can also be a biproduct.
Engaging students in the classroom can be a challenging task, but it is also one of the most important aspects of effective teaching. Research has shown that students who are engaged in the learning process are more likely to retain information, develop critical thinking skills, and be motivated to learn. Here are 10 tips for engaging students in the classroom.
Student centered learning is an approach to education that puts the student at the center of the learning process. Here are 8 Ways to Have a More Student Centered Classroom
Get started using Google Jamboard to increase student engagement.
Are you measuring engagement or compliance? Either way, what information can we get from Google Classroom to help us better engage students.
I am passionate about student engagement, it matters! Google Forms, Jamboard, and Google Classroom are not by themselves engaging. You must be intentional in how you use them to really engage students. I have teamed up with OTIS to bring you 3 webinars on using Google Tools for Student Engagement. If you missed the live…
Pear Deck is one of the easiest ways to ensure all students in the classroom are actively engaged and participating in classroom presentations created in Google Slides. The goal of this post is to give an overview of what Pear Deck offers and how to get started with the Pear Deck Add-on for Google Slides.