Focussing on every student has become important in these times. We see that keeping students focused can be a daunting task most of the time. We see that many things contribute to inattention, ranging from an inadequate breakfast to a restless night’s sleep as well. Regardless of the cause, we know that teachers can use strategies that engage their students’ focus as well as help them remain on task. The use of the lms portal can help in such a case. We are aware that effective strategies use techniques that encourage students to rev up, participate as well as stay attentive throughout the school day as well. They must make sure to engage students in physical as well as intellectual activities before teaching. They must make sure to give them an ungraded pop quiz on material from the previous day. Alternatively, we see that they can ask the class to write in a journal for five minutes before instruction begins. We see that these techniques help students stay focused on their daily tasks. They can also ask them to perform exercises such as jumping jacks as well as physical exercises to help liven up students and help them stay committed to their tasks later at the same time. They must also make sure to provide visual aids, which will capture their students’ imaginations, encouraging them to stay focused as well. We see that for students who are visual learners, visual aids help them understand better, which also promotes focus as well. We see that they can encourage their input for the class’ visual aids as well. We know that this will help them learn better as well as feel like their participating in the learning experience. We know that effective visual aids are large, simple as well as relevant to what the students are learning. They must make sure to encourage students by asking questions about the class as well as assignments before and during tasks. A question asked by one student is something that helps all of them learn and stay focused. Also, we see that by asking questions that require the input from all of their students. We see that deadlines for classroom assignments give students a time goal as well. They must make sure to keep a timer in the front of the classroom as well and provide audible warnings throughout the period. We know that frequent warnings prompt students to stay on task. We see that if the assignment is demanding, small one- or two-minute breaks can help the class refocus. They must also encourage students to stand and stretch during their breaks as well. We see that a distracted class is an unfocused class and identify potential distractions before it begins. We see that little things such as the room temperature or a flickering light may decrease the students’ productivity. They must also remove clocks from the classroom. If the students are focused on the end of class, we see that they may not pay attention fully during the beginning or middle of it as well. We know that formative assessments can reduce student stress around testing as well. In a way, they give them the chance to course-correct mid-unit if there are serious comprehension issues as well as to see which students might need a bit more one-on-one time as well. We see that to teach mindful learners who actively pursue knowledge, teachers become more actively engaged in how they teach the curriculum as well as how they develop each student’s learning potential as well. We see that they mix and match a variety of tactics and ways to ensure that students not only learn more, better, as well as faster than they also learn smarter as well. The school management system can help the students in such a case. We know that frequently reflect on the match between the classroom as well as the philosophy of teaching and learning they want to practice. They must therefore look for matches and mismatches, and use both to guide them as well. We know that strategies like learning stations as well as the think-pair-share method are small ways that can bring unique learning experiences to the students as well.