Neuroscience research tells us that the adolescent brain is still developing beyond the teenage years, but what does this mean for student motivation and engagement? The University of Washington Tacoma, in partnership with Persistence Plus, explores the use of mobile “nudging” to help students succeed and persist in post-secondary education.
Mobility, Connection, Support: Nudging Learners to Better Results
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