When I was teacher, I would often hear my students talk about their other instructors. It didn’t take long to discover who were the superstars.
They were the ones whose lessons were both rigorous and engaging–the ones who greeted students at the door, embedded class routines, differentiated learning, assessed meaningfully, and provided constant feedback.
These educators weren’t perfect, but they were engaged.
Lessons From Industry Research
I was taking a look at Gallop Poll’s 2013 State of the American Workplace.
In it Gallop’s researchers reviewed over 25 million responses in their analysis of 100 million American workers. Read More Research Supports Engagement: 5 Reasons To Improve Yours