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The Engagement Cube PD

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Katie Proctor

on 15 August 2013

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Transcript of The Engagement Cube PD

The Engagement Cube
What Captivates Today's Learners?
Who are you?
The Brain
Rule #1 Exercise boosts brain power.
Rule #2 The human brain evolved, too.
Rule #3 Every brain is wired differently.
Rule #4 We don't pay attention to boring things.
Rule #5 Repeat to remember.
Rule #6 Remember to repeat.
Rule #7 Sleep well, think well.
Rule #8 Stressed brain don't learn the same way.
Rule #9 Stimulate more of the senses.
Rule #10 Vision trumps all other senses.
Rule #11 Male and female brain are different.
Rule #12 We are powerful and
natural explorers.
Engagement vs. Motivation
Inform + Communicate = INFORMATE
Only engages when it experiences an
emotionally competent stimulus
Vision
Pattern
Emotion
The Engagement Cube
MAIN
IDEAS
A new approach developed by combining aspects from Phillip Schlechty, Robert Marzano, and Bloom's Taxonomy to engage students and boost long-term and cooperative learning.
Plan for
1 cognitive
moment per class
Let kids
informate
The brain wants patterns,
not answers
Design
the
Learning
John Antonetti
ENGAGEMENT
Our Students
Learning should be engaging and accessible
The answer isn't
"rigor" -
the WHY is
"rigor"
Melissa Sue
Melissa Sue
Bubba
There was a boy.
The boy was small.
There was a pond.
The boy fell.
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