Needs Focused Teaching

ONE WORD that’s guaranteed to increase student engagement

Yes, it’s true. This one, single word really can get ALL your students interested and engaged. Interested? Well, rather than tell you what that word is here, I’m going to direct you to a free webinar I did recently on Student Engagement which explains all. That way you’ll be able to expeience it first hand too! 🙂 Here’s the link:

Ruth says 20th May 2012

I was unable to watch the podcast on the one word to engage students. Your classroom management material was great reading although I had done many of your ideas without success. I think engagement is more of the issue. I had wanted to purchase your materials but because I am retiring at the end of the year I am trying to grin and bear it. Everyday has been a new day but I have not found away to have a quieter classroom that is is productive.

christine says 10th April 2012

thanks Rob.
coming from a facilitator background with adults in the community you have just reconnected me with my strengths as I stand in for absent teachers in a further education college working with young people, under the cosh of an inspection. I am enthusiastic.

from my perspective there is no higher accolade. I am grateful!

    Rob says 11th April 2012

    Always a pleasure, never a chore. 🙂

NORMA.TROTMAN says 9th April 2012


John Thompson says 7th April 2012

As someone who teaches 100% online courses, I”d like to see perhaps you including strategies, etc. on how to use your student engagement strategies, tips, etc. specifically in the online learning environment.

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