Active participation in online education for young learners

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serapyasar
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Active participation in online education for young learners

Unread post by serapyasar »

Hello everyone!

As we all know, it is more difficult to keep students, especially young learners, active in online education than face-to-face education. Therefore, the number of students who do not attend the class is higher than those who do. At the same time, the motivation of other students decreases and the lesson cannot be productive. What can be done to involve these students in the lesson and make them more active. What kind of activities would be more interesting for them and what should the teacher do?
I'm looking forward to your suggestions :)
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Averyton
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Re: Active participation in online education for young learners

Unread post by Averyton »

Oh man, that is a tricky question, though! Honestly, both the students and the teachers were not and are not yet ready for online studies. Honestly, I do not see what teachers have to do to attract more and more students to participate in their lessons. Making more interactive lessons, with more communication between the teacher and the student, might actually be a good solution. During my preparation for the GRE test, the teacher had a fascinating way of talking to us, which attracted us to his lessons. If you have not taken the GRE, you can find more info here. There is a lot of helpful info about the exam and how you should prepare for it.
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