How to Optimize Student Involvement in a Digital Class?

By Education Technology Insights | Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Student engagement is not only raising a new challenge for the education industry, but it is uncovering the hidden potential of technology.

FREMONT, CA: The education industry is picking the bubble of the conventional education system almost entirely with digital learning becoming the new norm. While the educators are weighing the merits and demerits of online education, technologists and innovators in the realm are continually looking for various opportunities to gain the attention of the learners, comfort them and bring out the best possible results both in terms of student engagement and academics.  

Top 10 Student Engagement Solution Companies - 2020A lot of teachers believe that personalization holds all the answers to break the paradox of student engagement. With supplementary on one session, critical evaluation of academic examination modules and giving them personalized feedback, and learning about their likes and dislikes, and highlighting the interests of each of the students during the class would all help in culturing a lucrative environment for the student to show their complete involvement.

There is a high probability for an online class to turn monotonous. In order to prevent this from happening, the teachers can use creative use cases that are offered by a lot of modern electronic learning apps to break-out typical classroom activities and add a layer of fun to it. This can further call for collaborative functions that support collective learning with the help of strong digital connectedness that almost resembles a physical classroom or a campus.

In addition to this, educational institutions must also look for ways to make the process of teaching highly creative. By leveraging concepts like puzzles, quizzes, elocutions, and more, teachers can ideally convert assignments and lessons into fun and games. Also, in this way, students would indeed get completely immersed in studies, and this approach would also promise active learning and best progress results. As peer interaction holds a heavy influence in creating interest in the minds of the students, online collaborative technologies would indeed offer value and integrity in the wake of teachers trying to increase the involvement of the students in a digital class.

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