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Finding the Link Between Student Engagement and Teacher Excellence. Stephanie Juillerat email@example.com Laurie Schreiner firstname.lastname@example.org Azusa Pacific University IDEA Userâ€™s Conference November 1, 2009. Why Worry About Student Engagement?.
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Azusa Pacific University
IDEA User’s Conference
November 1, 2009
(Educator as Facilitator)
(Educator as Motivator)
(Educator as Designer)
Barkley (2010) Student Engagement Techniques
Positive energy invested in the learning process
You can always change how intelligent you are
Intelligence is innate and unchangeable
Focus on performance
Effort means you’re not very smart
Avoid failure at all costs
Intelligence is malleable with effort
Focus on learning
Effort is a natural part of the learning process
Failure is a temporary setback that provides feedback for learningEncourage a Growth Mindset
What do they have in common?
You can always change how intelligent you areFaculty Also Have Mindsets!
At-risk students performed better on independent tests at the end of the course – and at the level of those not at risk – when they had instructors who had a growth mindset compared to those whose instructors had a fixed mindset.
“Student engagement is a process and a product that is experienced on a continuum and results from the synergistic interaction between motivation and active learning.”
Barkley, E. F. (2010) Student Engagement Techniques
Helped me make connections between a serious academic curriculum and my own personal life, values, and experiences
Worked with me one-on-one outside of class
Asked questions or posed problems that helped me learn to think like a professional in my field
Encouraged students to disagree with them, as part of teaching them how to think like professionals
Taught students the importance of evidence, how to collect it, and how to use it to make decisions
Engaged students in the learning process
(Light, 2001)“My Best Professors Ever…”
One thing I want to do differently when I get back to campus