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3 Real Life Examples of How to Keep Students Engaged (And Awake)

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Watch these videos for unique examples of how educators are keeping their class interested and excited to learn.

1. Initiate a zombie apocalypse

Getting students to interact and collaborate with each other online can be a challenge. How to survive a zombie apocalypse could also be quite difficult – but what’s an even bigger challenge? Getting eight faculty members across five disciplines with seven different specialties to collaborate in a cohesive way.


2. Show them there’s no such thing as the impossible

The impact of what you teach your students could echo throughout their entire lives. Check out how this teacher’s health behavior class transformed a student’s life, so that he was able to achieve what he thought was impossible.


3. Let them see that you can have fun too

How do you drive up the page views and likes of your course content and shoot class engagement through the roof? How about a video with an impromptu videobomb? Although this teacher never intended on including humor in her online course content, it’s a great example of how showing your personality in a simple way can have a meaningful impact.


Do you have any fun or unique stories of how you’re keeping students engaged? Do you know of any passionate educators who deserve to have their story told? We’d like to hear from you!

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