Student engagement is an important aspect of learning, and addressing it through instructional coaching is an effective way to improve instruction. Based on the Data Toolkit in The Impact Cycle (2017) and chapters 5-9 in High-Impact Instruction (2012) by Jim Knight, this workshop focuses on defining the different types of engagement, how to measure them, and using teaching strategies to hit corresponding goals.
Learn what distinguishes the different types of engagement:
» Develop methods for gathering data and measuring various types of
» Practice the five teaching strategies proven to reach engagement goals and
» Thinking prompts
» Effective questions
» Cooperative learning
» Authentic learning