Teachers Solicit Undercover Students to Crack the Code on Student Engagement

Nicholas Provenzano and Timothy Gwynn

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From a clandestine bunker in an undisclosed school district, Nick and Tim speak anonymously with five students about why some teachers captivate them while others bore them to texting. Breaking the code of silence the group revealed some invaluable insights into the elusive rules of student engagement before being spirited away to the witness protection program. Listen, laugh, learn.

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