Student engagement can encompass many different levels of interaction. Whether it be between student and instructor, among students themselves, with the actual subject matter, or with the various resources and departments on campus—getting and keeping students engaged is a challenging proposition.
This webinar will outline the authors’ Elicitation Model and theoretical Student Engagement Constructs to explore psychological factors that prohibit engagement and includes considerations for using the Elicitation Model that can help produce healthy student engagement in all academic spheres of interaction.
The webinar was sponsored by the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) at the University of Oklahoma. The seminar, Elicitation Model: Digging Into the Notion of Student Engagement, was presented by Michael Morsches of Moraine Valley Community College & Grant J. Matthews of Lane Community College.
If you would like to view the webinar, please visit the CTL’s page in MVConnect, as the webinar is accessible by Moraine Valley employees only. The webinar will only be available through March 15, 2019.