Presentation on theme: "Designing Engaging Work Nicholas Perrone. Agenda Review levels of student engagement Process elements of Schlechtys engaging work Improve the lessons."— Presentation transcript:
Students who are strategically compliant: Learn at high levels, but have a superficial grasp of what they learn Do not retain what they learn Usually cannot transfer what they learn from one context to another
Students who are ritually compliant: Learn only at low levels and have a superficial grasp of what they learn Do not retain what they learn Seldom can transfer what they learn from one context to another
Students who are in rebellion: Learn little or nothing from the task or activity assigned Sometimes learn a great deal from what they elect to do, though rarely that which was expected Develop poor work habits and sometimes develop negative attitudes toward intellectual tasks and formal education
Knowing the Who Look over the student learning inventory In what ways will knowing this information help you craft your assignments?
Now get to work… Take a lesson that needs some Pizazz! and go through some of the steps in the Schlechty Center packet Let the questions help you design a more engaging lesson
Key Ideas to Engaging Work AffiliationAffirmationAuthenticityChoice Clear and compelling standards Content and substance Design challenge Design specifications Language of design Learning intentions Novelty and variety Organization of knowledge Product focus Protection from adverse consequences for failure Prototypes
Agenda Revisited: Did you…? Learn the levels of student engagement? Engaged, compliant, retreat, rebel Go through the elements of Schlechtys engaging work? Improve a lesson youre planning to teach?