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Engaging Students in the Learning Process

Course #: 02-1183

Price: $24.00

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Please Note: This course has varying hours depending on the type of credit you need. See Below.

  • IACET: 0.1 CEUs
  • All Other Organizations: 2.00 Hours
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CEU Course Description: 

As teachers, we want what’s best for our students - and that has led many teachers to spend hours on end crafting gorgeous, intricate lesson plans, and upping the intensity of the academic subjects they teach. However, new research is showing us that investing in the learning experience of the student, investing in ways for students to properly socialize and form emotional connections with their peers and teachers, and brainstorming ways to invite the student into a more interactive learning experience, can make even more of a difference than creating new curricula. In this course, we’ll discuss student engagement: What it is, why it’s important, the research supporting the benefits of student engagement as well as the most superior methods to create it, and practical ways that you can support student engagement in your brick-and-mortar or virtual classroom. 

CEU Course Objectives: 

  1. Distinguish between the three different types of student engagement and learn ways to identify these different types in a typical classroom
  2. Discuss methods for investing in student socialization, engagement, and parent involvement in your brick-and-mortar and virtual classrooms
  3. Propose alternatives to traditional lecturing modes of teaching in an effort to aid increased student engagement
  4. Summarize and analyze the most up-to-date research regarding the implementation and benefits of student engagement
  5. Review the seven principles of student engagement and find ways to incorporate them into best practices for enhanced student outcomes.

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Course Date: 2021-01-11

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