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Aline André
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    @aline

    I have seen plenty of good examples of e-learning in different contexts over the years. Of course, we are getting better at this as technological tools evolve. I wouldn’t say fail, but changing face-to-face delivery to online lesson delivery was at least tricky. I was unsure whether I was choosing the best tools to address students’ needs, and I couldn’t always know how much students were absorbing or their engagement with materials. The question that has been in my mind for a while now is: how to engage students in this new environment while helping students to operate at high-level thinking? Sometimes, I have the feeling that students are only operating at the top of the engagement matrix (behavioral engagement) and not psychological engagement. I am planning to read chapter 15/16 to check the authors’ guidelines for problem-solving activities.