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Fighting Engagement Deficit Disorder with Blended Instruction

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Getting and keeping your students' attention can frequently be a challenge. In this webinar we will explore how to re-engage students who have mentally checked out with fun instructional strategies that blend work done online with the work done in the classroom to effectively put students in the center of the learning process. Your students are technology natives, so we will show how to use technology to maximize their interest and appeal to their senses. You will discover how online discussions, flipping your instruction, using mobile devices and assigning creative projects online can excite curiosity and increase engagement while teaching communication and collaboration skills.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, January 3, 2013 @ 8:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Communication & Collaboration, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: Blended Learning, Communication and Collaboration, creative, engage, excite, Instructional Theories and Learning Strategies, mobile devices, Mobile Learning or Mobile Devices, technology

Reviews (39)

Full Member
great ideas
More great sites!
I love Catlin! She always gives great examples on how and what you need to keep making strides in student engagement.
Nice work
Basic Member
Great interactive sites and looks like students would enjoy them
Love the ideas I learned from this. Cant wait to try to implement in my room!
This webinar really helped with with how I can re-engage students with the range of behavior problems: attending to instruction, focusing on schoolwork, keeping up with assignments, following instructions, completing tasks and social interaction. Thank you so much.
Really great websites to create an interactive and fun learning environment.
Basic Member
Excellent ideas for student centered learning.
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