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Research-Based Teaching Strategies: Improve Engagment, Student Achievement and Promote Lifelong Learners
Student engagement has direct links to academic achievement. The problem investigated in this study is the role teachers play in ensuring students are engaged in the learning process in order to minimize boredom and maximize ...
Utilizing Adolescent Brain Research and Principles from Attachment Theory to Improve Student Success
Adolescence is a period in human growth that sees great change in brain development. While researchers have done tremendous work on the topic of attachment and connectedness for infants and adults, an emerging focus of ...
The Need For Transformational Leaders In Education During Times of Change in British Columbia
The aims of education have evolved to include a focus on educating the whole student, in order to develop responsible citizens who are able to contribute to their community and the world at large in the 21st century. In ...
The Efficacy of Zones of Regulation in Teaching Grade 3 and 4 Students Self-Regulation Skills
The aim of this paper was to examine the phenomenological experience of the teacher while teaching a grade 3 and 4 students the Zones of Regulation program. The Zones of Regulation program’s aims are to teach students ...
Insider Knowledge–Influenced Pedagogy
This article summarizes an approach that enhances adult student engagement and success by consciously incorporating student experiences that relate to topics covered in class. A specific form of didactic exercise is used ...
Student Motivation in Online Courses
Student achievement in online education shows no significant difference from traditional face-to-face learning (Hawkins, Barbour, & Graham, 2012; Lewis, Whiteside, & Dikkers, 2014). With this as a backdrop, online education ...