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:
Facilitated by: Angie Grove & Tonya Kepner
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Possible increase in H.E.A.T. scores
Agenda for today:
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
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.
What would a classroom look like if students were actively engaged?
Are these students actively engaged?
Many possible seating arrangements that encourage engaged learning opportunities…
Now write a list of three things you’d see in an actively engaged classroom.
Work as a table to sort the engaged learning strategies into the provided categories.
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
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