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Student Engagement

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Lauren Wisely

on 9 August 2016

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Transcript of Student Engagement

optimal development when tasks match developmental needs
Largest effect on achievement for students in lowest achievement category
What is student engagement?
Putting Research into Practice
Major Findings
Why is it important for
students to be engaged

Drop-out rates and at-risk students
“Lack of engagement diversely affects student achievement and initiates a downward spiral that may lead to dysfunctional school behavior and, ultimately, culminate in some students leaving school entirely (Finn, 1989)
Instructional Practices
Classroom Environment
Engagement links to achievement
Setting the Tone
Authentic Work
Incorporating Technology
Types of Engaging Activities

Sharing with Colleagues and Parents
. . . . . . the attention, interest, investment, and effort students expend in the work of learning.” (Marks, 2000)
Behavior Engagement
Emotional Engagement
Cognitive Engagement

Summary of Findings
Appropriate Challenge
Timely Constructive Feedback
“If a student could not answer, Ms. Adams did not go on to another for the correct answer but demonstrated that it was all right not to know. It was not embarrassing in her class for the teacher to hint, “When I round to the nearest 10, Sandra, look at the ones if it's less than 5. . . .” Students understood that Ms. Adams' priority was learning, not correct answers.”
(Turner, 1998)
3 Components

Behavior Engagement- Student behaviors

Emotional Engagement- Student Affect

Cognitive Engagement- persistence and motivation
Authentic Tasks
Teacher Student Relationship
Student Perceptions
"It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer."

- Albert Einstein

Cooperative Activities
Competitive Activities
Student engagement positively linked to achievement

need for appropriate tasks at level of “doing mathematics”
immediate, constructive feedback
variety of tasks
- See more at: http://www.mrlsmath.com/download-materials/math-quotations/#sthash.HMMYS0aO.dpuf
"How did you find the answer?
Explain any other ways you can approach this problem.
Image source: cms.k12.nc.us
What if you changed the numbers?
Sense Making as Motivation in Doing Mathematics: Results from Two Studies pg. 41
Csikszentmihalyi's Flow Model
By: Diana Grossman, Tania Lourido,
Kaitlin Tyler, & Lauren Wisely

Student Engagement
in Mathematics

Thank you!
To find a list of resources and research used click on the link below:
2. What factors have been proven to increase student engagement?
3. What practical steps can teachers take today, to maximize student engagement in their classes?
1. What exactly is engagement, and why is it important for mathematics educators to foster student engagement in their classrooms?
Roorda, D. L., Koomen, H. Y., Spilt, J. L., & Oort, F. J. (2011)
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