Student retention is a must for not only the success of students but also for the success of colleges.  The more students feel a part of the learning process the more they will be engaged in learning and higher the retention rate will be. This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 


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Keeping Your Focus on the Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Tiffani Ross

motivation is important, creating a mid course eval is a good tool to show students what they have learned  

General Strategies for Student Retention | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Tiffani Ross

creating competition or fun games works for adults too!  

Motivating Your Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Hermine Forte-Morris

Take you time to focus individually on the student, this will help to motivate the student sucess   

Keeping Your Focus on the Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Hermine Forte-Morris

As a teachier you need to be engaing with your strudent, I like the idea of using story telling  

General Strategies for Student Retention | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Hermine Forte-Morris

It is imperative to create a positive, care and thoughtful environemt for the stundents   

Understanding Student Characteristics | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Hermine Forte-Morris

Teaching adults learners must include generational and cultural diiffences 

Understanding Student Characteristics | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Hermine Forte-Morris

UnderstandIing your students as adults, thier  cultural difference , respecting each as individual will help in student learning     

Keeping Your Focus on the Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Beletu Getahun

This module stressed about using different strategies to keep the student engaged.  

Understanding Student Characteristics | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Hannah Rich

Understanding individual needs, idividual characteristics, and individual locus of control (intrinsic/extrinsic), are essential in enhancing student experience, student support, and outcomes. There...