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What is Student Engagement

Fostering Pedagogical Innovation Through Effective Instructional Design
The level of involvement, interest, and interaction students have with educational content and activities, contributing to a positive and practical learning experience.
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Redefining Learning: Harnessing the Power of Flipped Classroom Pedagogy
Surjit Singha (Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), India), Ranjit Singha (Christ University, India), and V. Muthu Ruben (Christ University, India)
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1206-3.ch009
Abstract
This chapter examined the ever-changing educational environment by utilizing flexible classroom pedagogy as a framework. The authors anticipate thoroughly examining how this novel methodology revolutionizes conventional learning paradigms by focusing on active and individualized learning encounters. This chapter illuminates how instructors can proficiently implement flipped classroom methodologies to augment student engagement, critical thinking, and final learning results by examining foundational principles, exemplary approaches, and case studies. By examining many instructional strategies and technologies, this chapter imparted insightful perspectives on the future of education.
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Piloting Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Facilitate Online Discussion in Large Online Classes: A Case Study
The level of interest, attention, curiosity, and passion that a learner shows when they are learning or are in an educational setting.
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Data Scholarship and Student Engagement: Extra-curricular Research Investigations and Academic Libraries
The investment students make in their learning at university. It includes the learning related to the formal degree programme and achievement of the degree grade. It is also about the curiosity, creativity, and passion that students bring beyond the formal degree programme, including extra-curriculum engagement, such as the Data Scholarship Award. It is about a commitment to higher learning and scholarship, including practice, pedagogy, and publications.
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Redesigning a Foreign Language Course With the Help of AI: Benefits and Challenges
Means how much a student is involved, interested, and active in their learning. When students are engaged, they pay attention, participate in class, and enjoy what they're doing in school.
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Creating a Virtual Reality Lab: Using a Student-Centered Approach
Student engagement involves active participation, critical thinking, synthesis, and application of content to real-life experiences. Highly engaged students tend to feel a connection to the process of learning, to their peers, and to the institutions of higher education in which they are enrolled.
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Instructor Presence in Online Distance Classes
Includes but is not limited to students’ interactions within the class with the material, with the other students, and with the instructor through e-mail, telephone, discussion forums, and instant messaging.
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Using SMART Table Technology for the Interactive Elementary Classroom
Refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught.
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Use of Humanoid Robots for Students With Intellectual Disabilities
The degree of interest, attention, involvement, passion, and optimism that students show while they are learning, and it is an indication of meaningful student involvement.
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Responding to the Modern Culture of Education: Providing a New Structure
A learner's cognitive, emotional and behavioural ability and interest in becoming invested in their academic performance and in committing to extra-curricular school activities
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From Teacher Talk to Student Talk: Repositioning Learners for Success in the Language Classroom
The degree of motivation, interest and attention a student demonstrates in the learning process.
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More Teaching in Less Time: Leveraging Time to Maximize Teaching Presence
The extent to which students are motivated, invested and interested in their learning experiences; reflects students’ attitudes toward the learning process.
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Integrating Universal Design of Learning Principles to Teach Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders in Inclusive Classrooms
Student engagement refers to the willingness, effort, interest, and commitment to learning when participating in school activities ( Dietrich & Balli, 2014 ).
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Re-Imagining Health and Medicine Education: Implementing a Mobile-Based Gamification App for Improved Affective Learner Engagement
The extent of attention, interest, and passion that learners show during the learning and teaching process.
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Supporting Diversity and Inclusiveness Amid a Changing Academic Landscape
Students are attentive, interested and engaged in class lectures, discussions, and activities.
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Leading Transformational Experiences for K-8 Teachers: How to Build Capacity to Implement Innovative Practices
Student engagement is often viewed as the amount of physical and psychological energy that a student devotes to an academic experience.
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Alternative Education: A Different Way of Thinking, Learning, and Being
A student’s willingness to invest/participate fully in academic or social tasks required for academic success.
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The COVID-19 Pandemic and Teaching and Learning: Teachers' Perspectives on Providing Online Social Support and Academic Instruction in the USA
The extent to which a student values school-related outcomes and identifies with and participates in academic and non-academic school activities.
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Digital Texts and Student Engagement: What Teachers Need to Know When Planning for Effective Literacy Instruction
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An Innovative Framework for the Design of Higher Education STEM Induction Programmes
The time and effort invested with relevant resources by students to enhance the meeting of learning outcomes and development of associated skills and knowledge.
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Online Learning and the Use of Audio Recordings for Career Exploration, Job Search, and Networking
The degree to which students are involved and interested in their own learning and the associated tasks and activities.
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Engaging Flipgrid: Three Levels of Immersion
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Accessing Learning Management Systems With Smartphones: What Is the Effect on Learning Behavior and Student Engagement?
The time, commitment, resources, and intentional student-to-student and student-to-instructor proactive involvement that students contribute toward their learning.
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Applying Chickering and Gamson's Principles to Engage Today's Online Learner: A Literature Review
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Engaging a Workbench Dialectic Inquiry Model in an Online Master's Degree Program: TPACK Development Through Communities of Inquiry
How students interact with the instructor, the content, technology, the learning environment, and other students as they individually and collaboratively explore new ideas and create new knowledge.
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Administrative Support for Graduate Education Success in Resource-Poor and Culturally-Challenging Environments
refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught, which extends to the level of motivation they have to learn and progress in their education.
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Fostering Diverse Praxis: Pre-service Teachers' Perceptions of Efficacy
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Measurement in K–12 Online Learning Environments: Measurement of Student Engagement and Other Latent Constructs
The cognitive, behavioral, or emotional effort that a student puts into their learning and learning process, whether for a single activity/assignment or for their overall learning experience.
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Increasing Student Engagement in Remote Learning Using Self-Assessment
The degree of attention and interest students demonstrate during learning and/or when instruction is being provided.
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Classroom Behavior Among Management Students in the Higher Education of India: An Exploratory Study
Student engagement refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught.
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Blended Learning towards Social Capital in Higher Education
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Motivating the Adult Learner in Online Discussion
The resources and effort that a student devotes to learning.
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Self-Regulated Learning and Student Success, Retention, and Engagement in Online Courses
This refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught, which extends to the level of motivation they have to learn and progress in their education.
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Using Student-Centered Engagement in the Classroom to Develop Cultural Intelligence
The interaction between time, effort, and resources invested by students and institutions to optimize the student experience and enhance the learning outcomes of the student.
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Effective Pedagogical Practices in Inclusive Classrooms for Students With Disabilities
The degree of attention, interest, motivation that students show when they are participating in classroom activities.
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Thriving in the Post-Pandemic Classroom: Promoting Engagement in Health Professions' Students
Learners recognizing their role beyond passive participant and being invested in the learning process with innate curiosity and drive.
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Online Learning Using Game Design: The Architecture Student Experience
The degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught, which extends to the level of motivation they must learn and progress in their education.
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Driving Equity in Action Through a Socially and Culturally Situated Pedagogy: Culturally Relevant Teaching and Learning as a Form of Equity Toward Student Engagement
A variety of student activities and may be described as behavioral which shows academic and social engagement, cognitive which shows deliberate use of strategy, emotional which shows expression of interest and affection, and agentic which shows attempts to contribute to learning activities.
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K-12 Online Student Engagement: New Construct or Extension to Existing Construct?
The cognitive, behavioral or emotional effort that a student puts into their learning and learning process, whether for a single activity/assignment or for their overall learning experience.
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Engaging Students in Emergency Remote Teaching: Strategies for the Instructor
The time, effort, and resources that a student devotes to his or her academic pursuit.
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Using the WebQuest Approach to Elicit Student Engagement in a University Course: A Case Study
The extent to which students are passionate, interested and motivated to engage in learning activities in a sustained way. A higher level of engagement naturally leads to more desirable learning outcomes.
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Engaging Millennial Students Through Social Media Usage and Its Impact on HBCU Persistence
The amount of time and effort a student devotes toward his or her studies and other educationally purposeful activities is called student engagement.
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Technology-Enhanced Student Learning, Improved Engagement, and Performance in an Anatomy and Physiology Course
Refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught, which extends to the level of motivation they have to learn and progress in their education.
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Engage Online Learners: Design Considerations for Promoting Student Interactions
Engagement at the course level is defined as the amount of time, cognitive effort, physical effort, and emotional effort students are willing to invest in learning content (e.g., video lecture, textbook), completing class activities (e.g., group discussion, peer-review, reflection), and participating in other activities relevant to the course topics (e.g., community presentation, internship, local event, volunteering).
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Engagement in Emergency Remote Education: The Use of Digital Storytelling With Student-Teachers of English
A student’s spatiotemporal context-based, goal-directed, and purpose-driven active involvement in, and commitment to, learning processes and activities. Such active involvement is dynamic and malleable.
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Cultivating ILCs in China: A Pathway to Culturally Sustaining and Transformative Education
The degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students display when they are learning or being taught.
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A Theoretical Perspective of Inequities in Online Learning/Education Based on Generational Differences
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Online Learning: Challenges and Suggestions to Enhance Student Engagement in Higher Education Institutions
Student engagement refers to the level of involvement, interaction, and active participation of students in the learning process, which contributes to their overall learning experience. ( Kuh, G. D., 2009 )
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Preservice Elementary Teacher Geometry Course Creative Pedagogy: Integration of Art and Children's Literature
Student engagement tends to be viewed as the level of interest students show towards the topic being taught; their interaction with the content, instructor, and peers; and their motivation to learn and progress through the course (Briggs, 2015 AU80: The in-text citation "Briggs, 2015" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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Learning the Active Way: Creating Interactive Lectures to Promote Student Learning
The engagement of students in the classroom and within the course when they are learning.
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Digital Course Redesign to Increase Student Engagement and Success
The degree of attention, curiosity, and interest a student shows when learning or being taught.
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Using Gamification to Engage Higher-Order Thinking Skills
Student engagement represents a combination of the time and effort students expend toward educationally purposeful opportunities, along with the ways in which an institution positions supports for student learning.
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Training Faculty to Motivate Adult Learners Through Best Practices in Online Pedagogy
The degree of attention and enthusiasm that students have for learning in a course.
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Exploring Perspectives on Social Media in Higher Education
Enhanced student participation and interest in classroom (face-to-face or virtual) practices and assignments. If students are engaged they are actively learning and have an invested interest in the progress of the course.
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Gamified Learning in Higher Education: An Instructional Design Method to Improve Engagement
The variable, context-dependent psychological state students experience while learning.
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Connecting Best Practices for Teaching International Students With Student Satisfaction: A Review of STEM and Non-STEM Student Perspectives
Meaningful student involvement throughout the learning environment that results in students making a psychological investment in their learning.
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iPads in the Classroom: Benefits and Challenges
Refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught.
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Promoting New Media Literacy in a School District
Students stay on-task and concentrate on learning without much distraction.
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Strategic University Leadership for Aligning the Worlds of Academia and Business
Student engagement refers to student’s willingness, need, desire and compulsion to participate in, and be successful in, the learning process.
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Lights! Cameras! Action!: Achieving Widescreen Learning in Synchronous and Asynchronous Virtual Environments
For the purposes of this study, Student Engagement is defined by a quantitative metric entitled “Withdrawal Rate.” This metric measures the number of students (expressed as a percentage of total) that elect to withdraw from a course after it has begun. As described in the Results section of this study, the Withdrawal Rate is captured for both individual courses and as an average for all sections of an offered course.
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Is This Your Best Work?: Complications and Limitations of Online Instruction for High Quality Student Engagement
Student engagement is increasingly seen as an indicator of student success, especially in online environments. Student engagement is typified by an individual's willingness, persistence and involvement in the learning task, the ability to overcome learning obstacles and to demonstrate ownership of work, the willingness to engage other learners in the process. The psychological processes linking motivation, higher level thinking, enduring understanding and successful learning are frequently identifiable in the level of student engagement.
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Developing Effective Teacher-Student Relationships in Virtual Courses
A term to represent the collective efforts of a student in a virtual course, activities include logging into the LMS, accessing course materials, completing assignments, and communicating with the instructor.
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Toward An Effective Virtual Learning Environment: From a Social Presence Perspective
A psychological process, specifically, the attention, interest, investment, and effort that students expend in the work of learning to achieve their learning goals.
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Library Consumer Engagement Practices
The teaching and learning activity provided through or supported by the library; through providing feedback on, and bringing the student voice into, library service planning and development.
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Advancing a New General Education Curriculum Through a Faculty Community of Practice: A Model for Intentional Design
The interactions (instructor-student, student-student, and student-content) and environments which prompt students to demonstrate interest in their learning, become active learners, produce work with original thinking, reflect on that work, and share it in some private or public way.
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Different Teaching Methods: A Step for Student Motivation
Student engagement refers to the level of involvement, interest, and enthusiasm that students show in their learning. When students are actively engaged in their education, their understanding and ability to retain new information is improved, and they are more likely to develop a positive attitude towards learning.
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Teaching Culturally and Linguistically-Diverse International Students: Connections Between Promising Teaching Practices and Student Satisfaction
Meaningful student involvement throughout the learning environment that results in students making a psychological investment in their learning.
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Engaging Students in a Computer Diversity Course Through Virtual Worlds
Increasing student interest, focus and, or motivation for a particular learning activity.
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The Pivotal Role of Faculty in Online Student Engagement and Retention
Student engagement involves, not only active participation, but also critical thinking, synthesis, and application of content to real-life experiences. Highly engaged students tend to feel a connection to their institutions of higher education and remain committed to completion of individual courses within their degree plan.
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Recommended Interventions for the Promotion of Language Development for Children With Learning Difficulties
The degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught, which extends to the level of motivation they have to learn and progress in their education.
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Analyzing IT Opportunities for Inclusive Digital Learning: The Largest Academic Project Ever Implemented During the COVID-19 Era
Student interest and motivation to participate in the learning process by collaborating and sharing ideas with class peers.
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Investigating Creativity in Online K-12 World Language Classrooms
Using specific teaching actions to support active student participation.
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Voices of Educators: Perspectives and Experiences Using Active Learning Models
The extent to which students participate in effective and efficient instruction.
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Indian Education System Through the Lens of a Deemed University
Is the degree of attention, passion, and curiosity to learn the content.
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The Association Between Course Context and Preservice Teachers' Perceptions of SSI Instruction
Students’ active participation in a lesson; explicitly expressing interest in the subject matter.
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The Potential Impact of Chatbots on Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes
the degree of interest, attention, and participation that students demonstrate in their educational experiences.
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Paradigm Shift toward Student Engagement in Technology Mediated Courses
The degree of focused attention, effort, and passion students exhibit in the learning process.
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Effective Physical Therapy Education Through Increased Student Engagement
The fact or condition of being involved in classroom-based activities in an educational setting.
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Strategies for Student Engagement and Motivation Factors in Online Learning
Student engagement is the drive, push, and determination that learners put in to learn skills and acquiring knowledge.
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Culturally Responsive Instruction as Computer-Based Reading Engagement and Literacy Among Native American Students
The construct of one’s affective, behavioral, and/or cognitive involvement in a task or action.
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Structuring Online Instruction by Dynamic Design, Delivery, and Assessment
Outcome of involving learners in information exchanges aimed at making meaning via a variety of instructional strategies in face-to-face and/or virtual learning environments.
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