Empower Student Learning through Intrinsic Motivation

Are your students motivated to learn the lesson content? Consider ways to encourage intrinsic motivation to ensure deeper learning. An important factor in the learning process is possessing the motivation to learn. A 2016 Gallup Student Poll of 5th- through 12th- grade students from almost 3,000 schools in the U.S. and Canada discovered that the proportion … Continue reading Empower Student Learning through Intrinsic Motivation

226 Questions Added to English Composition with Integrated Review

We've added 226 NEW questions to English Composition with Integrated Review this spring! This course, ideal for corequisite English classes and accelerated learning programs, encourages students to thoughtfully craft, defend, and polish arguments while offering targeted remediation of foundational reading and writing concepts. New questions are in each Integrated Review lesson: 0R: Study Skills 1R: Why We … Continue reading 226 Questions Added to English Composition with Integrated Review

Step-by-Step Tutor in Principles of Microeconomics

Within the Principles of Microeconomics software, an interactive tutor assists students when they're struggling with a question and you can't be there to help.The Tutor tool in the Practice mode provides Step-by-Step, a feature that walks students through the steps needed to correctly solve any question by breaking it up into smaller, more manageable pieces.Students can also view … Continue reading Step-by-Step Tutor in Principles of Microeconomics

Robust Feedback within English Courseware

Hawkes Learning's Practice mode gives students ample feedback when they answer questions incorrectly. Several different tutorial options are available to students, including Explain Error, which provides error-specific feedback immediately when the mistake is made; Hint, which gives students a clue as to how they can answer the question correctly if they're still struggling; and Solution, … Continue reading Robust Feedback within English Courseware

Fighting Students’ Apathy with a Growth Mindset Approach

Have you had students who just didn’t seem to care about class? They may have shown up physically, but they were somewhere else mentally. They barely participated in class discussions, and their writing lacked the effort you tried so hard to encourage them to put forth. How do you combat this apathy? According to Stanford … Continue reading Fighting Students’ Apathy with a Growth Mindset Approach