Research indicates that proactive guidance strategies can positively impact classroom culture and community, and ultimately the academic success of learners. Educators who anticipate, and plan in advance for, the needs of students are more likely to engender a more collaborative and conflict-free learning environment that sets the stage for academic success.
These students can navigate a self-paced class with lots of teacher support at the beginning and clear expectations about assignments.
Strategies like using a variety of groupings and having students meet each other during online office hours can help build strong relationships.
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Curiosity about small questions, or micowonderings, can help students solve problems in any discipline.
Exposing students to amazing things creates a classroom environment where they feel creative, engaged, and primed to learn.