How to create engaging active learning environments

Active learning is a key part of an engaging and impactful classroom--learn how to ensure your students are getting the most from their classrooms


Technology plays a pivotal role in classrooms, and as it becomes more sophisticated, educators realize that creating active learning environments can help them effectively and efficiently use technology engage students in their learning.

What’s your edtech plan post-COVID? Join this eSchool News webinar to learn how to assess your classrooms and ensure they are immersive, engaging, and embracing active learning practices.

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