Better classroom engagement is the wave of the future with active learning classrooms

| March 28, 2018

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As educators struggle with classroom engagement and collaboration, active learning classrooms can help create engaging, collaborative spaces.Today’s K-12 students are true digital natives. They are accustomed to technology and engaging through sophisticated, fast, consumer-friendly applications available anytime and anywhere. This makes it more challenging for teachers to catch and hold students’ attention. And with increasing emphasis on the value of teamwork and collaborative learning, educators are looking for better ways to help students engage with each other and with their teachers in the classroom. Active learning classrooms are drawing increased interest because they can address these issues.

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