Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 16

Volume 16 Number 2, Pages 129-132

Summer 2005


Teaching Tip
Improving Students' Interest in Learning: Some Positive Techniques


Leslie Leong
Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, CT 06050, USA

Abstract: How can we stimulate student-learning experience? In this paper, I discuss some of the techniques that I have used in the classroom to promote students' interest in learning and that ultimately lead to successful learning. Successful learning is defined as satisfactorily completing a course that the student is able to apply the body of knowledge in a wide context of career and life experiences. The techniques have been found to be effective based on the evaluation feedback I have attained in my end of term students' evaluation. Creating a positive learning environment by encouraging creativity and communication is also rewarding in promoting students' learning.

Keywords: Teaching techniques, Learning outcomes, Active learning, Lifelong learning

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Recommended Citation: Leong, L. (2005). Teaching Tip: Improving Students' Interest in Learning: Some Positive Techniques. Journal of Information Systems Education, 16(2), pp. 129-132.