4 Strategies to Promote Student Engagement in your Classroom

June 14, 2018 Carman Le

I’ve been teaching for many years and with those years come a vast knowledge of when I’m losing the crowd or when everyone is into their work. To be a master teacher you have to have your finger on the pulse of your classroom. The question is, “What does that look like?” As a younger teacher I always wanted my kids to be happy being at school, but as time passes you phase into a stronger leader and know everyone must pull their weight for student growth to happen. Finding the balance between fun and work is where I think engagement occurs.

So…how do you keep them engaged? I’ve compiled a few ideas for you to try implementing in your classroom...

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