Student Engagement How much do you know about student engagement? Just a little 1 I could write a book about it! 5 Today’s Content Outcomes • Explore Total Participation Techniques and Anita Archer’s Eliciting Responses to increase Rigor and Student Engagement Today’s Literacy Objectives • Listen and discuss applications of TPT in the classroom • Read and write to make connections with TPT and student responses TPT’s (Total Class Participation) • Pair-Shares & Think-PairShares • Explain It To Your Neighbor • Appointment Card • Inside/Outside Circle • Bounce Card • Quick Write/Quick Draw TPT’s (Total Class Participation) • Chalkboard Splash • Hold-Ups (True/Not True,Yes/No, Agree/Disagree, Content Specific) • Confer, Compare, and Clarify • Three 3s in a Row TPT’s (Total Class Participation) • • • • • • Four Corners The Likert Scale Networking Session Processing Cards Choral Responses Pause Procedure TPT’s (Total Class Participation) • • • • • Question First Study-Tell-Help-Check Whip Around or Pass Numbered Heads Together Action Responses (Thumbs up/down) TPT’s (Total Class Participation) • ELL benefits • HOTS benefits …real change, lasting change, change that impacts the students who need it the most, happens at the classroom level. The true power of making a difference for a student lies in the hands of the teacher. The teacher is always the key. Students reflect our perspective of them…Over the course of the year, my students slowly responded to my belief that they were capable of learning…they learned to believe in themselves, in part because I believed in them. Pause Procedure Quick Write! Quick Draw! Chalkboard Splash The Bottom Line “In order to effectively increase the rigor in your classroom, it is essential to incorporate elements of student motivation and engagement.” “Higher-order thinking thrives on interaction. When students bounce ideas off of each other, the exchange generates more ideas in a nonthreatening setting.” Bounce Cards Use the Bounce Cards to discuss how movement and learning are connected? Take a Minute… Take a minute to look at a strategy in your ring that we haven’t talked about yet. Read about it, take some notes on your sheet and be prepared to share out about that strategy. Explain it to your neighbor Take the TPT you just studied and explain it with a partner. Between the two of you generate questions to clarify what you don’t understand. (In reality your pair would join another and do the same). Coming back together you would clarify any misunderstandings as a whole group. Study-Tell-Help-Check Study your Notes, 1st Partner tells all you can remember. 2nd partner helps. Check your notes. Whip around or pass In order, whip around and tell us which strategy you are going to use first in your classroom and why. If someone takes your answer or you can’t think of one…you may “pass”. Thinking about today – how much do you know now about student engagement? Just a little 1 I could write a book about it! 5 Today’s Content Outcomes • Explore Total Participation Techniques to increase Rigor and Student Engagement • Increase mathematical content and pedagogy with number sense Today’s Literacy Objectives • Listen and discuss applications of TPT in the classroom • Read and write to make connections with TPT content and math number sense Make It – Take It • Use the time remaining to get your cards cut and punched. • Put on rings. • Hopefully you can begin using these and we will share at our next PD. • I will also try to bring some more of these to our remaining PD’s.