Sunday, February 5

Day: November 30, 2021

Understanding Students: Effective Strategies to Engage Them in Learning

Education is only beneficial when students have the will to learn. Sometimes, students are present in the classroom, but their mind is elsewhere. This may seem like their fault, but it's actually far from it. It looks like students have less control over this phenomenon, and they are easily distracted. A loud siren outside, a student coming in for an announcement, or a bird on a tree is enough to distract them from studying. Students are accustomed to this practice that they may be looking at the teacher, nodding their heads while thinking of something completely different. This is problematic as no one can point it out. Teachers are experienced enough to notice it. Some teachers go as far as asking the student a question about the current topic to see if they're paying attention...