Increasing Reading Comprehension and Student Engagement, Face-to-Face and Online

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Credit: iStock.com/Youst
Now that many of us have moved to a hybrid or online format, the conversation around student-to-content and student-to-student engagement has taken on a new level of significance and intention. We have developed a reading graphic organizer (RGO) that increases students’ reading comprehension, assesses their out-of-class work, and develops student-to-student interaction in both face-to-face and online classes.

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