The question of the week at my Education Week Teacher blog is What Does “Student Engagement” Look Like?
In preparation for the response I’ll be posting on Sunday, I thought it would be useful to publish a related “The Best…” list here.
Here are my choices for The Best Posts & Articles On Student Engagement (feel free to add others):
Kids Speak Out on Student Engagement is by Heather Wolpert-Gawron.
Engaging Students…Dangling the Carrot is from Learning First.
Resilience, Research, and Educational Reform is by Sara Truebridge at ASCD.
Wikipedia has a pretty interesting page on “student engagement.”
Strengthening Student Engagement: What Do Students Want(and what really motivates them)? is from Educational Leadership.
A related resources is Chart: Useful Summary Of The Differences Between Parent Involvement & Parent Engagement.
How Poverty Affects Classroom Engagement is by Eric Jensen.
Good Time: 4 Ways to Reawaken Student Engagement is from Edutopia.
Ways to Cultivate ‘Whole-Class Engagement’ is one of my posts at Education Week Teacher.
How Engaged Are Students and Teachers in American Schools? is from MindShift.
More Than Half of Students ‘Engaged’ in School, Says Poll is from Education Week.
Updated Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization Chart Version 3 is from Personalize Learning.
— Jim Cash (@cashjim) November 5, 2013
New Study: Engage Kids with 7x the Effect is from Edutopia.
Want to Take Over My Class? Be My Guest! is from Edutopia.
Dispelling the Myths: The Truth about Student Engagement is from the Alabama Best Practices Center.
— Jay Billy (@JayBilly2) November 8, 2014
— Marzano Research (@MarzanoResearch) December 4, 2014
The Best Ways To Engage Students In Learning is the title of one of my Education Week Teacher columns.
Golden Rules for Engaging Students in Learning Activities is from Edutopia.
Measuring student engagement could help teachers, administrators adapt strategies might or might not be useful.
— Teacher (@Primary_Ed) June 5, 2015
A Recipe for Making Cold Call Feel Positive is by Doug Lemov.