Ideas for engaging with students no matter where they are

Varying from “a booming voice and a conspiratorial whisper,” whether in-person or in a remote learning environment, “draws students into the drama of our learning experiences,” write Illinois educator Eric L. Johnson and Baylor University professor Jonathan Eckert for Edutopia.

That’s one of five ideas Johnson and Eckert have tested with success on their students this school year. For the others, click here.