Psychologists have long noted the link between feeling encouraged, supported, and safe and effective learning. When everyone in a learning environment is engaged, feeling a part of the group, and enjoying themselves, learning can take place in deeper ways. Engaged learning addresses this important facet of psychology by creating active opportunities for children to collaborate, support each other, and work toward a common goal. Through creative activities and group learning, children build trust with the teacher and each other and see the environment as safe and enjoyable. Children can then begin to discover the joy of learning and recognize their own gifts and abilities to explore and discover the topics at hand. 2. ENGAGED LEARNING CREATES TRUST AND SECURITY 9 Subscribe today!