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Curriculum and Instruction | Higher Education | Online and Distance Education | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
This chapter describes a framework adapted from Michael Moore's three essential areas: student-content interaction, student-student interaction, and student-instructor interaction for engaging students in online courses. To be fully engaged in an online course, students need to be engaged with the course curriculum content, with their peers, and with their instructor. When students are engaged in all three areas, it is referred to as the Trifecta of Student Engagement. This chapter incorporates literature on each area of the Trifecta of Student Engagement: student-to-content engagement, student-to-student engagement, and student-to-instructor engagement as well as some suggested synchronous and asynchronous digital tools.
Digital USD Citation
Leslie, Heather J. PhD, "Trifecta of Student Engagement: A Framework for Engaging Students in Online Courses" (2020). Learning Design Center: Staff Scholarship. 11.