Keeping students engaged in the classroom was a challenge for educators before the COVID-19 era. Now that many schools have transitioned to digital learning environments, maintaining that engagement is a much bigger hurdle for educators to clear—especially with social media and streaming video just an enticing click away from their fingertips.
Which factors indicate if you’re keeping your students truly engaged, or if you’re missing opportunities in your online instruction? How can you help students stay focused? How can educators adapt when everything is in flux?
Finding the answers to these questions could help educators determine ways to boost student learning engagement:
- How can educators encourage engagement in a digital learning environment?
- How can educators define “engagement” (and how does that definition provide guideposts to engaged learning)?
- What cultural factors impact learning engagement?
- How does teaching social and emotional learning (SEL) encourage engagement?
- How can personalized learning support student engagement in a digital learning environment?
Watch this free webinar to help you begin to answer these questions and to make learning inclusive and equitable for all students. We will share resources and present ideas and best practices, from current and former K-12 practitioners, that you can put into use immediately. You’ll also hear about a learning solution from ACT
designed to help educators with adaptive learning, SEL, and professional development.