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Back in the day, students had to wake up early and catch a bus to earn an education. These days, they simply roll out of bed and log on to a computer. It’s not necessarily easier. It’s just different. With these differences come new challenges. For example, it’s extremely difficult for many students to engage with virtual classroom settings. If you’re an online teacher, you know what we’re talking about. Fortunately, there are things you can do to ensure your class engages with and learns something from your lessons. Keep on reading to discover seven student engagement strategies you can use to improve your teaching abilities. What is Student Engagement? Student engagement refers to the level of interest a student shows in the learning process. Highly engaged students will be…

The invasion of technology has become unstoppable and to some extent quite overwhelming, some would argue.  Especially professors and instructors feel threatened at times that they could be replaced in the classroom or work field by much more interesting programs or applications that offer online instruction. Instead of focusing too much on the dominance of technology in education and not only, you could start focusing on the learning experience that you may benefit from if you start using an innovative technological tool as a helper.  One such tool that can be a true helper for your teaching or working activity is a mind mapping application. Here are 7 main reasons which make a mind mapping application a helper, not a replacer: 1.   It encourages you to be creative but doesn’t…