The Present Situation and Reflection of Student Engagement

Leidi MA, Wei FAN

Abstract


Paying attention to student engagement in class plays a significant role for ensuring class effectiveness, developing harmonious teacher-student relationship, promoting student development and inspiring the teacher. Through observations, it is clear to see that only a few students have truly involved in during the class and the forms of engagement are quite single. Therefore, effective engagement of a class requires every student’s involvement. To improve the effectiveness of student engagement, teacher has to analyze the values of students and encourages them to understand and participate.


Keywords


Teaching field; Student engagement; Teacher; Students

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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