engage. The focus for today. Today we will be looking in-depth at the Domain: Engage. We will be looking at the levels (1-4) within the model. A teacher can be doing the things found in all of a level or more often than not, doing the things found in parts of each of the levels.
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Today we will be looking in-depth at the Domain: Engage.
We will be looking at the levels (1-4) within the
model. A teacher can be doing the things found in
all of a level or more often than not, doing the
things found in parts of each of the levels.
We will also be exploring each of the capabilities
ENGAGE- focuses on the 4 teacher capabilities of:
On your tables are A3 sheets that provide a breakdown of each of the capabilities within the Domain of Engage.
On coloured cut out cards are tasks that
Teachers at the 4 different levels would
be doing for each of the capabilities.
Fit the coloured cut out cards into their
How you do this is up to you as a team.
e5The teacher refers to shared norms in their
interactions with students and shares
responsibility with them for reinforcing protocols.
Promotes a culture of value and respect for
individuals and their communities.
Uses strategies that build skills of productive
Examples of what you can get students to do:
Writing student goals. SMART
i.e. In an effort to improve my learning I will…
1. to be on time everyday in math
By the end of semester 1, I will have contributed more in my English group discussions but also give my class mates a chance to talk. I will keep a record of my progress. A daily entry mapping my progress will be an excellent way to help me understand what I’m doing right and what I’m doing wrong.