In around ten days time, on April 1st, I'm going to run a series of private (free) webinars explaining some great ideas (and a very simple formula) you can use to raise student engagement in your lessons. Yes, yes, I know it's All Fools' Day but this isn't a joke I really AM going to do it! 🙂
The thing is, in order to make this as useful as possible I want to make sure I cover the things YOU want me to. So... if you're planning on attending any of the webinars (I'm going to run several to account for different time zones)... please leave a comment in the box below and tell me the following:
1. The ONE thing you struggle with most relating to student disengagement - i.e. is it the start of the lesson that's the problem or the whole lesson? Is it a certain topic that causes you most problems or is it a particular group of students? Is it a lack of resources or is it just that you struggle to make the topic interesting? Get the idea? Please put you most frustrating problem relating to student engagement in the box below.
2. What is the most annoying outcome arising from a lack of student engagement in your lessons? i.e. What are your students doing when they are not engaged? What are they saying? What effect is this having on you?
I look forward to reading your comments and seeing you on the webinar.
All the best,