Learning Innovation Festival 2020 - Engaged and Empowered Learners: Pedagogical Practices Supported by Classroom Response Systems
Assistant Professor Namkang Sriwattanarothai
“Learning begins with student engagement, which in turn leads to knowledge and understanding” (Shulman, 2002; p.38).
When the students engage in learning, they actively involvement and put effort into learning resulting in knowledge acquisition, cognitive development, higher-order thinking skills, etc. Therefore, engagement is not just a proxy for learning but a fundamental purpose. This presentation will discuss the pedagogies of engagement to make students become drivers of their learning in an online and/or in the class. Some readily available classroom response applications which can create the learning spaces filled with motivation will be included.