15 Ways Online Educators Can Light Social Engagement Afire

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Social engagement is defined by one’s involvement with a social group or community… Before the advent of online education, social engagement was something that educators probably took for granted because it occurs naturally for students on traditional campuses, where face-to-face courses, extracurricular activities, and dorm life provides many opportunities for students to get to know their new community and their fellow students. But for online students, who generally work alone from home computers, the chance to make connections with other students or their larger community is severely limited. It’s up to educators themselves to become creative and provide options for students.”

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