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Engaged Learning. February 2013 Facilitated by: Angie Grove & Tonya Kepner. Perks of attending today…. ACT 48 hours if you combine today’s hour with two more focus group hours this year. NOTE:

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engaged learning

Engaged Learning

February 2013

Facilitated by: Angie Grove & Tonya Kepner

perks of attending today
Perks of attending today…
  • ACT 48 hours if you combine today’s hour with two more focus group hours this year.
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NOTE:

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  • $25 Gift Card Drawing!!!

Possible increase in H.E.A.T. scores

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Creating an engaged learning

  • environment

Agenda for today:

  • Non-examples and examples of engaged
  • learning
  • Facts about engaged learning
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We will practice what we preach:

Make use of quiet signals & group responses

Incorporate some strategies

Many strategies and routines need practiced or modeled before they are as effective.

Created a seating arrangement that allows for interaction

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Jingles for Group Responses, Quiet Signals or Transitions…

Rice-a-Roni - - - The San Francisco Treat

Like a Good Neighbor - - - State Farm is There

The Best Part of Waking Up - - - Is Folgers in Your Cup

Gimme a Break, Gimme a Break - - - Break Me Off a Piece of That Kit Kat Bar

I Don’t Want to Grow Up - - - I’m a Toys ‘R Us Kid

We Will, We Will - - - Rock You!

I Am Stuck on Bandaid Brand - - - Cuz’ Bandaid’s Stuck on Me

Five, Five Dollar - - -Five Dollar Footlong

Nationwide - - - Is On Your Side

Subway - - - Eat Fresh

Everybody Give Me Five - - - Everybody Give Me Five

Red Robin - - - Yum!

Goodness Gracious - - - Great Balls of Fire!

Are You Ready Kids? - - - Aye, aye captain

Or… iPads and/or cell phones have great ring tones & sound effects.

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Think-Pair-Share….

What would a classroom look like if students were actively engaged?

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Thumbs up, thumbs down…

Are these students actively engaged?

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Thumbs up, thumbs down…

Are these students actively engaged?

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Thumbs up, thumbs down…

Are these students actively engaged?

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Thumbs up, thumbs down…

Are these students actively engaged?

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Chunk & Chew…

Now write a list of three things you’d see in an actively engaged classroom.

engaged learning vs on task behavior
Engaged Learning vs. On-Task Behavior
  • Engaged Learning
  • Everyone is doing something to respond to instruction
  • Teacher gets immediate feedback about student understanding
  • Example: white boards
  • On-Task Behavior
  • Everyone is doing what they should be doing
  • Teacher has to wait to get feedback
  • Example: worksheet
non examples of engaged learning
Non-Examples of Engaged Learning:
  • One student at the board/Smartboard while other students are watching
  • Popcorn reading
  • “Round Robin” reading
  • Posing a question to the class & calling on one student
  • Presenting content through any form of media without checking for understanding throughout
engaged learning examples
Engaged Learning Examples:

Work as a table to sort the engaged learning strategies into the provided categories.

red light summary
Red Light Summary…

Red – List one thing you want to change

Yellow – List one thing you will think about or want more information about

Green – List one thing you want to try

facts about engaged learning
Facts about engaged learning:
  • Students are not attentive to what is being said in lecture ______ % of the time.
  • When children are highly _________, sharing their reading and writing frequently, they are likely to be active, interested learners.
  • High levels of active engagement during lessons are associated with higher levels of achievement and student _____________ .
more facts
More facts:
  • In order for active student engagement to occur, teachers need to develop effective _______________________________.
  • Tell me,
  • I forget.
  • Show me,
  • I remember.
  • Involve me,
  • I __________________ .
thank you for attending
Thank you for attending…

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