5 online discussion tools to fuel student engagement

5 online discussion tools to fuel student engagement

Creating a classroom community where meaningful conversations can happen isn’t easy-it’s an ongoing process that takes time. But using online discussion tools can be one great way to help your students build these skills. Plus, the ability to engage in online discussions responsibly is a great 21st-century skill in and of itself.

5 Levels Of Student Engagement: A Continuum For Teaching

5 Levels Of Student Engagement: A Continuum For Teaching –

5 Levels Of Student Engagement: A Continuum For Teaching by Terry Heick Years ago, I worked with a school in Kentucky that had adopted Phil Shlechty’s “Working on the Work” framework. The idea behind Shlechty’s framework is, in short, to focus on the work that students do, and the systems that produce that work.

Why Students Forget—and What You Can Do About It

Why Students Forget-and What You Can Do About It

Teachers have long known that rote memorization can lead to a superficial grasp of material that is quickly forgotten. But new research in the field of neuroscience is starting to shed light on the ways that brains are wired to forget-highlighting the importance of strategies to retain knowledge and make learning stick.