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Motivate Disengaged Students in Virtual Instruction

Student motivation is usually lower in a virtual setting than in person. This training video is the first installment in a six-part professional development series aimed at supporting teachers in improving virtual instruction. Watch the video above to correct common misconceptions about student motivation and learn five easy-to-implement strategies proven to recapture disengaged students in virtual learning.

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