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ENGAGEMENT

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Janet Thompson

on 3 June 2014

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Transcript of ENGAGEMENT

ENGAGEMENT
WHAT IS YOUR INTERPRETATION OF AN ENGAGED CLASS?
ENGAGEMENT
promotes
confidence, resilience and motivation
Teaching and Learning Handbook
MUST DO:
A range of resources and approaches should be employed, including those needed to stretch the more able pupils and support those with different educational needs

to engage all learners
Louise Pritt
Axel Luret
Planning V practice
Task clarity
Active Learning
Pace and Structure
Behaviour for Learning

‘ Moments when time disappears as you completely lose yourself in the activity you’re
engaged
in’


When Learning and Progress is
outstanding pupils show high levels of
engagement, interest, confidence
and resilience.

In the best lessons there are
very high levels of engagement,
courtesy, collaboration
and cooperation.

STRONGLY RECOMMEND
Should include a variety of tasks to recognise different learning styles

Task clarity
Active Learning
Pace and Structure
Behaviour for Learning

Discuss what would you expect to see in a class with outstanding engagement


Ofsted evidence of Outstanding Learning and Progress:
When Learning and Progress is outstanding, pupils show high levels of engagement, interest, confidence
and resilience.
Teacher-Directed Learning

You will see students...

•Paying attention
•Taking notes
•Actively listening
•Asking questions
•Responding to questions
•Following requests/instructions
•Reacting

Student-Directed Learning

You see students individually or in groups...

•Reading critically
•Writing to learn, creating, planning, problem solving, discussing, debating, and asking questions
•Performing/presenting, inquiring, exploring, explaining, evaluating, and experimenting
•Interacting with other students, gesturing and moving
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