2 Ways To Increase Student Engagement in Distance Learning



No matter what your institution is planning for the fall, we all know that distance learning isn’t going to go away any time soon. As you plan your courses, here are two things to consider to increase student engagement (and learning).

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14 Comments

  1. April 22, 2021
    mkhoi62

    Very useful tips. Would be good to have a tutorial on the learning toolkit. Thanks

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  2. April 22, 2021
    Linda Lopez

    Yes! Such an important point that getting used to new instructions and new situations increase the cognitive load for students which is a barrier to learning the content. The takeaway: you must have empathy for your students' having to navigate new formats and technology in addition to trying to understand the content. Instructions must be simple and clear.

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  3. April 22, 2021
    Mariam Damil

    Thanks Mam

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  4. April 22, 2021
    Lei Hirang

    Thanks a lot:) great sharing:)

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  5. April 22, 2021
    Varenne Riocha

    Highly plausible: The added cognitive load a) coming from the "distance" b) due to the different approaches of different teachers. Also learned the rotation between the three kinds of interaction: 1. with content 2. with the peers 3. with the teacher. BTW, I liked your "old-fashioned" approach in making the video. Yes, ultimately the teacher matters!

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  6. April 22, 2021
    Ildiko Stennis

    This was very helpful!
    Thank you!

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  7. April 22, 2021
    Amir Esmkhani

    Thanks! Really useful!

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  8. April 22, 2021
    Patricia Houston

    Great info. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. April 22, 2021
    traderpax

    might want to have your thumbnail say 'distance learning' in it. I clicked on the video only to realize a few minutes in you were talking about 'distance learning'.

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  10. April 22, 2021
    Cate Friesen

    Really useful information and I love the 'less is more' principal especially. Good reminder. Thanks!

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  11. The ways you shared make sense! It's hard to keep your students engaging on line. We are so used to a normal classroom setting with close distance connection. How to make learning fun and creative also plays an important role!. Thank you for sharing!
    Creative Math with Ching-Hui :)-

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  12. April 22, 2021
    Karen Matlock

    This was excellent. Thank you!

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  13. April 22, 2021
    Ozzy Carpio

    Love your discussion this really help us in our Training Team.

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  14. April 22, 2021
    david verhoeven

    Understood…great. Thanks!

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