Student engagement is critical to academic success, and teachers must build positive student–teacher relationships to foster active engagement and motivate reluctant learners.
Teachers promote engagement by connecting learning to students’ lives (e. g., knowing students’ academic and cultural backgrounds) and using a variety of teacher-led (e.g., choral responding and response cards), peer-assisted (e. g., cooperative learning and peer tutoring), student-regulated (e.g., self-management), and technology-supported strategies shown empirically to increase student engagement. Monitoring student engagement and providing positive, constructive feedback can help sustain active student engagement and improve outcomes.
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An Igloo immersive space is a bit like stepping inside a giant VR headset – except you can get groups inside. Any kind of digital content can be shown on the walls of one of these spaces.
The Igloo software can take any kind of immersive content - 360° images, videos, interactive apps, and so on – and put it in a space that anyone can use. But it’s not just about VR. Everyday digital applications and tools s, like PowerPoint or Zoom, can be used inside an Igloo. And the Igloo immersive video conferencing setup means colleagues all over the world can join in.
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