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There are many active learning activities that can promote student engagement in the learning process. The key, however, is to encourage full student engagement to participate, interact, and promote new ideas and projects so that their own learning can be fully realized.  

The general idea that should indicate the path for the virtual educator should be to support the student with a good instructional design of the course.

With good course design, most academic courses along with their materials and laboratory experiments can be made available asynchronously.

With this new vision of the development of online courses, I will be increasing activities focused on student participation by 30% more, for example: Blogs and concept maps.

How you organize your online course has a significant impact on student success.

Motivating students to actively participate in an online course is an educator's responsibility and represents the most complex part of the teaching process.

The use of asynchronous or synchronous methodology requires deep reflection on the part of the educator.

Engaging group and distance learning for teachers and students.

The appropriate selection of technological tools allows a better development of my virtual courses.

The use of rubrics as an evaluation instrument allows us to see the progress of the student, they will feel more confident in doing the work because, they will know with what criteria they are going to be evaluated progressively. A rubric can be presented from the beginning of the learning to the end.

Suggested reading to deepen the subject of rubrics:

Mustaffa, F. Y., Salam, A. R., Muhammad, F., Bunari, G., & Asary, L. H. (2016). Literature review of educational app evaluation rubrics. Intervention in School and Clinic, 51(4), 244-252.

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