Student engagement is a hot topic of staffroom conversation, with teachers and trainers reporting significant challenges and a wide range of possible underpinning reasons.

We know that engaged students learn better and more; engagement increases motivation, boosting self-esteem and confidence.

So, how can we make things better?

Here are eight simple strategies that have the potential to boost student engagement in your learning environment. Pick a method that interests you and then conduct your own experiment: try it, gather evidence, reflect, and adjust the strategy until it works for your situation.


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