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Improving Student Educational Engagement in Primary Education: Intervention Program

dc.contributor.advisorReyes De Cozar, Salvador
dc.contributor.authorDorado Jiménez, Isabel
dc.description.abstractIn 2019, Spain had a rate at 17’3% of early school failure which, even though it refers to youths aged between eighteen and twenty-four years old, it is suggested to have its origin in primary school (Moreira, Patacho, Monteiro, Vázquez, & López, 2018). Regarding this data and considering that disengagement is one of the causes, the positive psychology has been suggesting addressing this issue focusing on identifying the factors that cause a student to be engaged to intervene in the rest of the students and achieve their success following a path similar to that of those who have already managed to be motivated, enjoy learning and succeed (Balwant, 2018).es
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dc.titleImproving Student Educational Engagement in Primary Education: Intervention Programes
dc.subject.keywordEducational engagementes
dc.subject.keywordFlipped classroomes
dc.subject.keywordPrimary Educationes
dc.subject.unesco5312.04 Educaciónes

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