Tom Vontz, an English professor and Kansas State University, addresses the Kansas State Board of Education on the topic of pedagogy during their board meeting Wednesday afternoon. CHRIS NEAL/THE CAPITAL-JOURNAL
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-Paragraph A student becomes engaged in the classroom when interest is created. A student then goes from boredom to engagement and participation. Creating engagement within their students should be every teacher's goal.