Nowadays, web-based tools allow better communication and collaboration among people. Educationists and teachers are giving them a serious thought for teaching students in an interactive and playful manner which will lead to enhanced pupil engagement and helps them grasp things in an easy and enjoyable way.

“Successful group processes include the ability to problem-solve, work effectively with others, communicate orally and in writing, and manage resources including time and responsibility to project outcomes. Implementation of group work in online classrooms may be stymied by faculty members who struggle with effective implementation of group work…”  Facilitation of Online Group Projects: Insights from Experienced Faculty Members (2012).

eConnect gives learners a chance for great small group discussions. This also gives the quiet ones a chance to express ideas and knowledge when the teacher has structured the collaboration groups appropriately. We believe the students retain the skills and topical information better for assessments, also. Throw in some creative projects---how much fun it is!

Below are eConnect's key engaged features:

eShares: Learners and teachers are encouraged to work on projects by sharing their files and presentations within their team and public contribute to better learning outcomes, and develop higher order thinking skills such as: critical thinking skills, co-creation of knowledge and meaning, reflection and transformative learning. (Palloff & Pratt, 2005)

eSocial: Team-based work environments give learners the time to work and think about the project regularly. Our integrated sociall network tool helps learners share their ideas right away with fun and comfort.

eCompetition: As we take collaboration and corporation seriously in our teaching philosophy. Therefore, we bring the advantages of encouraging positive competition among team members during the course online or offline to achieve a goal for the good learning results.



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