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Recognizing Active Engagement in Learning

Recognizing Active Engagement in Learning

Most of us have observed the sheer absorption that children – and adults – are capable of when using electronic devices. But does this engagement guarantee learning? Professor James Almarode at James Madison University says engaged learning is more than quiet compliance.  In classroom visits, he looks for eight difference characteristics of student engagement that lead to learning. Learn more in How to Ensure Students are Actively Engaged and Not Just Compliant on KQED News.

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