Improve Student Engagement

2 min readApr 14, 2023

As a teacher, one of the biggest challenges can be getting your students engaged and interested in the material you are teaching. However, with a few teaching hacks, you can enhance student engagement and make learning more fun and interactive for everyone. Here are some strategies that teachers can use to engage students in the classroom:

1. Escape rooms: Transform your classroom into an escape room where students have to solve puzzles and riddles related to the lesson to unlock the next clue. Creating your own room with your students can be a very interesting and stimulating exercise.

2. Collaborative learning: Encourage students to work in groups and collaborate on assignments. This not only improves their social skills, but it also promotes critical thinking and helps students to develop a deeper understanding of the lesson material.

3. Field trips: Take your students on field trips to places related to the lesson. This could be a museum, a historical site, or a nature walk. Field trips allow students to apply what they’ve learned in a real-world context and make connections between the lesson material and their own experiences.

4. Make learning relevant: Students are more likely to engage with material that they feel is relevant to their lives. Try to relate your lessons to current events, popular culture, or other aspects of their daily lives to help them see the value in what they are learning.

5. Encourage student participation: Nobody likes a dull class, students are more likely to engage when they feel like they are active participants in the learning process. Encourage discussion, and other interactive activities to help them feel more engaged and invested in the class.

By incorporating these teaching hacks into your lessons, you can enhance student engagement and make learning a more enjoyable and rewarding experience for everyone involved. With a little creativity and a willingness to try new things, you can create an environment where students are excited to come to class and eager to learn.

And remember Schoola is there to help free up time so that you can focus on what really matters: your students. Our tools are available to help you make the most of your time as a teacher.