At the beginning of a new term it is important to orient your learners to the course and develop your instructor presence.
Asking your learners to think about their progress in the course helps them to connect the dots between how the course is designed and their own learning.
Here are some strategies for increasing student engagement in your course through encouraging learners to make deeper connections with the course content.
Help your learners success by building engagement opportunities into your course.
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