Teaching Resources

In this section, you will learn how to:
  • Incorporate Engageli's engagement tools to deepen learner engagement 
  • Utilize intentionally designed strategies to build and strengthen community
  • Leverage the tables in Engageli for active and collaborative learning
  • Find teaching workflows and simulations similar to your own
  • Conduct learning activities that combine Engageli's powerful teaching and learning capabilities
  • Create a plan for your first session
  • Prepare your learners for Engageli
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Engagement Tools

Over the past two years, the digital connection between learner and instructor, employee and facilitator — and how to strengthen it in remote or hybrid settings — has come of age. We've learned valuable lessons in boosting student engagement by pairing educational technology with intentional design. 

Learning Activities

Based on active learning principles, one of Engageli’s most unique features is its virtual tables, with learners clustered together in groups of up to 10 learners each. While learners can be addressed and seen as one large group similar to a lecture hall, learners can converse amongst themselves to discuss class lecture concepts or group project assignments. 


Prepare Your Learners



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Before Class on Engageli


Teaching a hybrid, hyflex or asynchronous class?

View best practices for conducting these alternative teaching modalities in Engageli:


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