Teacher’s Guide: Key Ways to Engage your Students

Disengaged students are unmotivated to complete their work, apathetic about learning outcomes, and resistant to participating in classwork. This behaviour can become contagious – threatening the classroom dynamics and undermining the positive community you’ve worked so hard to build with your students. The Glossary of Education Reform says this about engagement, “In education, student engagement refers to [...]

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How Facebook Can Be A Great Addition To Daily Classroom Routine

Although students (and to be honest, teachers too) may sneak onto Facebook during the school hours to read or post updates, is there a reason to encourage this behaviour? There is no doubt that the usefulness of Facebook in Education is growing. Educators are beginning to realise the powerful potential that Facebook has in the [...]