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Ways to increase online student engagement

by Krishna K. Promotional Activities
If you've ever taken a persisting education class, you've probably noticed how quickly students drop out. People become overworked. They have difficulty getting to class and keeping up with their homework. Alternatively, they may not receive the necessary support and hence lose motivation.

Students who study online must be self-motivated and disciplined enough to work alone. Because there is no face-to-face accountability, it is simpler for an online student to drop out without being noticed.

In today's competitive continuous learning market, an online course that simply gives information is no better than any other. Your organisation must set itself apart by providing students with online courses that engage, connect, and alter them. TCS ION Learning hub is one example of such a learning hub.

According to studies, if you follow the nine actions below to promote online student participation, you will improve student happiness, perception learning, and real learning. Return business and referrals help your eLearning programmes when more students are encouraged and successfully execute your course.

1 - Get Students ready for the online learning environment.

Students who are accustomed to learning in a classroom or conference room may find it difficult to shift to online learning. Give them an overview of online learning, your association's learning management system (LMS), and their online classes to assist them to succeed in this new environment.

Encourage all students to complete an e-learning introduction the first time they enrol in one of your digital educational programmes. Describe how digital training differs from traditional academic learning. Give time management, goal-setting, and job planning and prioritisation advice.

Show visitors around your LMS with a guided video tour, pointing off the many features and functions, including the virtual communities. Show them where to look for materials, projects, and tests, as well as how to connect with their instructor and classmates.

2 – Review learning outcomes regularly.

The instructor's opening video should include going over the course's educational goals. These intended objectives should be listed in the course description so that students know what is coming and whether or not the course is appropriate for them.

Students are looking for effect rather than information. Not what material the curriculum contains, but what they will be able to do after taking the course. Throughout the course, inform the students of the benefits they might expect if they persist with it.

Supervisors should explain the aim of each activity and ensure and how it relates to the course's learning objectives. Students are more likely to involve themselves in activity and accomplish it if they understand why they're doing it and how it will affect them.

3 – Provide instructional materials that are straightforward and well-organized.

Students must be able to discover their course materials, conversations, evaluations, and records with ease in your LMS. Everything they require should be right where they expect to find it.

Instructors, too, have a role to perform. To avoid student confusion, course materials should be arranged and labelled consistently. Students can use checklists for each lesson or module to see how far they've progressed and how far they then have to go, giving them a sense of accomplishment.

4 – Increase the presence of instructors to avoid isolation.

Students should get the impression that the lecturer is standing beside them. It shouldn't feel like the route is on auto-pilot. Students relate better to teachers who speak to them directly via instructional videos, as though in a one-on-one chat. Another way to interact with the audience is through videos, which convey a feeling of an instructor's personality.


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