EYE CONTACT What I could notice was that the teacher tends to look more to a certain row than the other. There is one row that wasn’t looked by the teacher very much, he even (probably without noticing), gave them the back, so that maybe creates boundaries and that’s when they get distracted. Also, he tends to look at the students that are at the back, and makes eye contact with them while he explains, perhaps to emphasize what he says and tries to make specific students understand something. When the teacher speaks and some students don’t pay attention, he keeps on talking, or raises his voice to get the students attention. He could probably try to focus on look at most of the students, but it’s true that when someone stands at the front doesn’t notice if he is looking more at someone more than other.