Keep Students Engaged with Learning Hub.

These days, parents are expected to do a lot more than just assist with homework and monitor progress. Learning Hub empowers parents to reach their full potential as educational partners, enabling them to keep students actively engaged and enthusiastic about learning.

How Learning Hub Helps Parents Keep Students Engaged.

Learning Hub is the one-stop resource for parents looking to keep their learners engaged. 

Parent Dashboard

See every learner at a glance, including how often they’re working through their playlists and how they’re progressing.

Customizable Student Playlists

You choose what your students learn, watch, and do. Create playlists that address specific needs, push students forward, or review topics. Keep students engaged with learning modules that suit their learning styles, interests, and personalities. Let them feel like they’re seen and understood.

High-Quality Content

All of the content at Learning Hub is designed with the highest educational standards in mind. This means you can feel confident that the playlists you build are actually helping and not just busy work. Keep advanced learners from getting bored with advanced content

Search Feature

Search according to your needs and the needs of your learners by state standards, topics, grade, or subjects. Help students stay on top of state standards without repetitive practice tests by curating playlists that teach them the same material in a more engaging way.


Keep in touch with your children and their teachers from the same site where you create playlists. Everyone’s on the same page, so the parent-student-teacher connection works together to keep students engaged from anywhere.

What is Student Engagement?

Student engagement is a multifaceted concept encompassing emotional and cognitive involvement in learning.






Defining student engagement can be challenging due to its encompassing nature.

An assessment of student engagement often relies on students’ self-reported insights on lessons, courses, and instructors. Technology like Learning Hub emerges as a valuable ally, enabling real-time student feedback and individual learning playlists.

Having their individual needs met by a curriculum designed just for them.

Participating in decisions regarding their education.

Understanding how each unit and lesson builds on past learning and prepares them for future lessons.

Finding encouragement in their academic and extracurricular pursuits.

Feeling actively supported by parents or other members of their educational team.

Types of Student Engagement.

For parents and educators, understanding student engagement plays a key role in the landscape of modern education for their children and students. The three major types of student engagement blend together to form the basis of a holistic learning experience for students:


Academic engagement is the foundation, urging students to complete their academic tasks. Creating deliberate frameworks, procedures, rituals, and routines is vital in helping students participate, persevere, and succeed in their academic endeavors.


Intellectual engagement captures students’ interests, talents, and curiosity. Crafting tasks that challenge them personally and instilling purpose into their activities fuels their learning. This approach allows students to delve into educational content while enjoying activities like internet research or games.


Social-emotional engagement has emerged as a cornerstone that draws students to the school environment daily. Deliberate efforts to facilitate interaction outside of academics and create spaces for students to connect with their peers can substantially enhance their overall engagement.

Attention Matters

Why is Student Engagement Important?

The effect of student engagement in the educational landscape cannot be overstated. Research consistently shows that high levels of student engagement lead to:

  • Students feeling hopeful about the future
  • Academic excellence
  • A healthy school environment
  • Engaged parents who advocate for their child’s school in the community

Why Do Students Become Disengaged?

When students fail to see the real-world relevance of what they’re learning, disengagement can swiftly follow. Their motivation to actively participate diminishes if the curriculum doesn’t connect to their lives, interests, or aspirations.

Repetitive teaching methods and a rigid classroom routine can breed monotony. A lack of variety and excitement in the learning process can lead to disinterest, making it challenging for students to stay engaged over time.

Striking the right balance between complexity and simplicity is essential. When tasks are too easy or too difficult, students can become bored or frustrated, respectively. Adjusting the level of challenge to suit individual students can prevent disengagement.

Students thrive when they have a degree of control over their learning. A rigid environment that doesn’t allow for personal choices or exploration can stifle their sense of agency, leading to disengagement.

A disconnected learning environment, where students don’t feel a sense of belonging or connection with their peers and teachers, can breed disengagement. Building strong relationships within the classroom fosters a positive atmosphere for learning.

Overemphasis on high-stakes testing and grades can create an environment where the pursuit of achievement overshadows the joy of learning. Students might disengage when the focus becomes solely on outcomes due to the pressure and anxiety that ensue.

Try Learning Hub Today

Learning Hub has all the features that teachers need to keep their students active, engaged, and excited to learn. We’re here to help you make the most of your time as the leaders of your students’ educational teams. Try Learning Hub today and watch your students soar!