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5 Methods of Energizing and Motivating Your Students

Are your students performing their very best in your class and completing all learning activities on time? Do they always want to be involved in class discussions, eager to be part of the conversations, while demonstrating what they have learned from the assigned reading? Or do you have a typical mix of students, with some who excel, and other who struggle to stay motivated and involved in the class? For a traditional class, student motivation can be observed. In contrast, online

Highly Interactive Vs. Highly Engaging ELearning: Understanding the Differences

When I think of interactive, I think of text entry boxes for input, surveys, branched scenarios, tabbed interactions, and games. I do want to mention that this term is not to be confused with interactivity levels, which would take our examples above and put them into categories based on complexity and the level of programming and technology required to implement them. As shown below, Dictionary.com defines the term interactive differently than the Training and Development industry would. “A human interacting with

Developing Academic, Social, and Emotional Skills in Teens – A Guide for Teachers

Adolescence corresponds with critical developmental occurrences in biological, emotional, social, familial, and cultural domains; teens thus live in a context of tremendous and often difficult personal change. Teens unable to cope successfully with these changes are at high risk for problem behaviors, including substance abuse, contracting sexually transmitted diseases, and dropping out of school. The importance of developing coping skills for adolescents is often underestimated by school administrators; the reality is that young people’s development of these skills are instrumental in

Six Essential Strategies to Keep Students Engaged in Class

Are your students highly engaged in class, motivated, and performing to the best of their abilities? In a perfect classroom environment, every student would be engaged in the course, interested in the subjects, and performing to the very best of their capabilities. That’s what every educator hopes for when they start teaching a class. The reality for most classes is that while some students may be highly engaged and self-motivated, other students will base their involvement upon what is experienced in

Developing Academic, Social, and Emotional Skills in Teens – A Guide for Parents

The teen years are a critical period of development for our children. Teenagers face changes in their biological and emotional makeup and in their social relationships. If teens are to devote their energy and attention to learning in school, these changes require that teens develop an array of coping skills. Talking with teens regularly about what they are learning at school and the struggles they are facing academically, emotionally, and socially is very important to maintaining a healthy line of