Tag Archives: engagement

5 Powerful Questions – Student Engagement from Edutopia

  Click on the image below to read a phenomenal post on 5 strategic questions teachers can ask to foster active student engagement.  Some of these questions are likely a part of your every day pedagogy, others may be new … Continue reading

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Great Blog Posting from Edutopia about Motivating Students in Math

Click on the image below to be redirected to the Edutopia website for a great article on several tips for engaging all learners in math class.

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Kids Speak Out on Student Engagement (Blog Summary)

A recent blog posting on http://www.Edutopia.org caught my attention.  The author, HEATHER WOLPERT-GAWRON, shares what students have to say in response to the question “What engages students?” The following is a list of the top 10 types of responses she received … Continue reading

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Strategies for Student-Centered Discussion

Check out this incredible video from the TeachingChannel on ways to improve student centered discussions by 2010 Teacher of the Year, Sarah Wessing-Brown.

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ENGAGING Teens In Their Learning – A Year Long PD Experience

Check out this incredible post by Andy Maillet on the topic of engagement. Click Here: ENGAGING Teens In Their Learning – A Year Long PD Experience.

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Making Sense of Complex Poetry

Another great video by the Teaching Channel.

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What Highly Effective Instruction Looks Like (NYSED Document)

This is an interesting document published by NYSED. This summarizes the focus of the new teacher evaluation focus/lens that all teachers will be responsible for. All of the approved rubrics are predicated on these three categories of instruction. GCSD and … Continue reading

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