‘Tis the season… for everyone to share their Top Ten lists! So of course, we at the Cengage Learning Blog want to follow suit. Below, you’ll find our top-ten most-read posts of the year. Among them, you’ll find a variety of topics—but we’ve noticed an overall theme: student engagement!
Which post at the Cengage Learning Blog was your favorite of the year? Did you put any of the tips or suggestions to use in your classes? Submit a comment below.
Top Ten Posts of 2013 at the Cengage Learning Blog:
There’s no need to wait: no matter where you are on the path of life, now is a good time to develop the skills and traits that define a leader.
Dr. Christine Harrington’s class-opening exercise gets everyone engaged and increases participation levels of all students.
These tips adapted from Dr. Constance Staley’s FOCUS on College Success will help students fully engage in the classroom, resulting in better grades and improved learning.
Review these simple activities designed to help your classes get off to a great start.
Curtis J. Bonk shares his ten motivational principles for online learning, organized according to a helpful mnemonic device.
Jeff Butterfield presents on how you can engage your students by “flipping” or “inverting” your course, and answers some questions around implementing such a model.
We examine ways that you can encourage students to stay motivated and help them sharpen their focus this summer.
These reader-submitted teaching tips focus on ways you can get students engaged, motivated, and conversing in your class.
Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins offers three reflection questions that can help you create a roadmap for a successful term.
By taking a few simple steps, you can help facilitate learners’ ability to stay mentally—as well as physically—involved in your class.