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Student Engagement with Course Material
- Call on students by name to answer questions or respond/react to lecture
- Use visual props
- The power of visuals in online learning
- Ten types of visuals content you should use to increase learner engagement
- Use Polling (PollEverywhere, PollDaddy, Flisti, Micropoll)
- How to increase student engagement with polling
- Six reasons why you should use polling in your classroom
- Polling students to check understanding
- Use Kahoot and other interactive quizzes to make learning assessment engaging and fun.
- Have students complete daily journals to show progress
- Develop quizzes to go along with the videos you ask students to watch.
- 8 Free Interactive Video Tools to Impact Student Learning
- Introduce each week’s topic with a short video
- Provide a “Homework Help Day” (vs “office hours”) via Zoom or Collaborate.
- Use “chunking” to break down recordings of lectures into a series of short videos.
- Post support resources for students (eg. Khan Academy or high quality videos that demonstrate key points of learning)
- Hide “Easter Eggs” in the course material