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Online learning tips for neurodivergent students


Online learning has become a prevalent part of the educational landscape. It enables learning to continue when distancing is a necessity. It also provides greater access options to students living in rural areas or experiencing mobility challenges. Learning difficulties like dyslexia form part of this definition, too.

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How To Boost Student Engagement: Modern Tools for Math Teachers

Ask a Tech Teacher

Wondering how to get your students upbeat about learning math? Learners achieve higher achievement scores in math One 2016 randomized study by Roschelle et al found that students attained higher achievement scores when teachers combined one-on-one attention and web-based homework tools.


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Improving Teacher and Student Engagement Through Creativity


Creativity helps develop a deeper sense of learning, yet we keep our “creative” units until after state testing is over. Recently, I met with two education leaders to discuss how to improve teacher and student engagement through creativity. It’s letting them discover the joy of learning.” Why does creativity matter?

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Connecting with students in the online classroom


Online learning has been on the rise for a while, but it became the norm for almost everyone at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. While most students have returned to in-person learning, many have remained in the online classroom. Some kids who homeschool also solely attend classes online.

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7 Strategies Designed to Increase Student Engagement in Synchronous Online Discussions Using Video Conferencing

Catlin Tucker

Just like real-time discussions that can fall flat or be dominated by a handful of voices, synchronous online discussions using video conferencing software presents unique challenges for teachers. Students may feel self-conscious about jumping into a conversation online for a variety of reasons.

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How Educators Are Keeping Students Engaged Remotely

EdTech Magazine

When it comes to remote learning, keeping students engaged outside of the classroom can be tough. Teachers may find it challenging to provide hands-on activities to go with their lesson plans, maintain consistent interaction with their students and foster creativity and collaboration from a distance.

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Collaborative edtech tools are changing the game for student engagement

eSchool News

Key points: Adopting collaborative edtech tools creates a dynamic classroom environment Students often are more engaged when teachers take on a guiding role rather than a purely instructive one What’s been lacking in education up to now? The discussion extends far beyond these well-known online learning tools.