Student Engagement

Sophia Mavridi penned a wonderful, thoughtful post about student engagement in the classroom recently.  She titled it “Student Engagement – with or without technology“.

So that I don’t lose track of it, and to share with you, I’m reblogging it here today.


Originally posted on ELT @ first site

On the 30th of August I participated in a panel discussion at the 5th Foreign Language Forum in Athens, Greece. The main theme was “Present, Motivate, Engage”; Lilika Couri talked about Presentation, Luke Prodromou about Motivation and myself about Engagement. In this blog I will go through what was in my presentation both for those who attended and did not have the time to make notes and for those who couldn’t make it but are interested in the topic.

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2 thoughts on “Student Engagement”

  1. I could use these in my future class room that will be helpful to the student.

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