Nov 8, 2023
When I was a young teacher, I believed two things about student engagement: kids would automatically be interested in what I was teaching and the role was on the kids, not the teacher. Well, I turned out to be wrong! I realized that if I wanted my students to be engaged, I needed to ignite their spark of curiosity for learning.
In last week’s episode, I started this series on sharing ideas for creative strategies for ultimate student engagement, and in today’s episode, I’m going to continue with more ideas surrounded by one overarching idea: student-led lessons.
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