Engaging students is fundamental to supporting learning. Many of the questions you might have about your teaching will inevitably point back to whether you are engaging your students. There is likely to not be a quick fix to this problem but there are many points in the design, develop, teach and assess process that you can add ways to engage your students. We have provided some resources for you and we encourage you to look for more good ideas from your colleagues at SCU and beyond.
- Support self-regulation
- Activating learning through visual presentations
- Active guided teaching
- Communities of Inquiry (Col)
- Develop social connectedness
- Inclusive curriculum
Recording from Workshop 1: Gather data during delivery
You will explore how to gather data during delivery to allow for quick improvements to assist and enhance student engagement, and, ultimately, student success. You will receive skills training in the use of grade center and performance dashboard.
Recording from Workshop 2: Evaluate your unit
Learn how to use technologies to evaluate your unit after the unit has finished running to provide useful information to assist and enhance student engagement, and, ultimately, student success. You will receive further skills training in the use of statistical tracking; Eesysoft, and how to easily upload grades to eAcademic.