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E-Learning Strategies to Improve the Students’ Engagement

Published Online: 12 Jul 2021
Volume & Issue: Volume 27 (2021) - Issue 3 (June 2021)
Page range: 27 - 33
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2451-3113
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15 Dec 2015
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3 times per year
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English
Abstract

With the right approach and strong enough motivation, any teacher can make attractive learning be a modern and rewarding learning environment that encourages, engages and motivates students to achieve long-term learning success. The study carried out in this article aims to analyze student engagement by taking into account attendance logs, reviewing the content and grades obtained in a technical course of a number of 102 individuals. The collected data were processed in the customized / individualized reports extracted from the Moodle platform. The results of this study highlight the importance of teachers’ involvement in creating and adapting content so that students are directly involved in learning, remain active and motivated. The result of the study underlines the elements that can be used for increased students’ engagement.

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