Innovations for Enhancing Student Engagement in Higher Education
We will explore educational innovations for enhancing student engagement, such as the flipped classroom, Socratic methods, practical learning applications, and educational games. These innovations align with Boyer’s model and Dewey’s emphasis on experiential learning. They promote interest in essential skills and prepare students to meet academic challenges. These educational innovations tailor the learning process to individual students and promote reasons to invest energy in developing a successful understanding of a particular topic. We will share our experiences with these innovations in history, chemistry, and education, provide opportunities for experiencing them, and discuss practical applications for various disciplines.
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