Tips to better engage students in learning

03/12/2009 | Edutopia.org

Creating a classroom environment that is energizing for students and for the teacher isn't difficult, writes former teacher Tristan de Frondeville, a consultant on project-based learning and school redesign. Students must feel safe, and teachers must closely monitor their levels of engagement, he writes. Encourage reflective writing, thoughtful discussions and multiple drafts on projects, he writes.

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