Maribeth Haines, Eddie Lawrence Core Break-out Session June 24-26. 2013 ELEMENTS OF HIGH STUDENT ENGAGEMENT Index Card Self Reflection Top left corner
On a scale of 1-5, how would you rank the level of student engagement in your classroom at the present time? Center Describe examples of effective student engagement that one might have observed in your classroom this past year. Why the need to increase student
engagement? Content Objectives Participants today will: identify the 8 engaging qualities of work. analyze and evaluate levels of student engagement during
classroom instruction. Language Objectives Participants today will: be able to discuss examples of the 8 qualities of Student Engagement.
write one-sentence summaries to describe 2 engaging qualities. read summaries to a partner. apply orally, and in writing, new vocabulary words related to student engagement. Poster Power Walk-and Learn One Sentence
Summaries On the back of your card, Write a one sentence summary of 2 elements of engagement, including ways these elements might appear in your unit plan.
Read to a partner. Reciprocate. High School Algebra Rubric/Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6WJds b0dfM Conclusion/Review of Objectives Explain the need for high levels of
Student Engagement Read about the 8 Engaging Qualities Write about Student Engagement
Listen/Speak to a partner about 2 Engaging qualities Analyze and evaluate levels of Student Engagement Added Bonuses 1. Sheltered Instruction
Observation Protocol SIOP Model 2. Incorporating all four language domains
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