21 5 How much do you know about student engagement? I could write a book about it!Just a little15
3Today’s Content Outcomes Today’s Literacy Objectives Explore Total Participation Techniques and Anita Archer’s Eliciting Responses to increase Rigor and Student EngagementToday’s Literacy ObjectivesListen and discuss applications of TPT in the classroomRead and write to make connections with TPT and student responses
5TPT’s (Total Class Participation) Pair-Shares & Think-Pair-SharesExplain It To Your NeighborAppointment CardInside/Outside CircleBounce CardQuick Write/Quick DrawProcess how you might use these techniques instructionally
6TPT’s (Total Class Participation) Chalkboard SplashHold-Ups (True/Not True,Yes/No, Agree/Disagree, Content Specific)Confer, Compare, and ClarifyThree 3s in a RowProcess how you might use these techniques instructionally
7TPT’s (Total Class Participation) Four CornersThe Likert ScaleNetworking SessionProcessing CardsChoral ResponsesPause ProcedureProcess how you might use these techniques instructionally
8TPT’s (Total Class Participation) Question FirstStudy-Tell-Help-CheckWhip Around or PassNumbered Heads TogetherAction Responses (Thumbs up/down)Process how you might use these techniques instructionally
9TPT’s (Total Class Participation) ELL benefitsHOTS benefitsTo these cards have been added ELL and HOTS benefits.
11…real change, lasting change, change that impacts the students who need it the most, happens at the classroom level. The true power of making a difference for a student lies in the hands of the teacher. The teacher is always the key.
12Students reflect our perspective of them…Over the course of the year, my students slowly responded to my belief that they were capable of learning…they learned to believe in themselves, in part because I believed in them.
13Pause ProcedureTake a minute to pause and digest what you have heard. Think about the information and make notes on your “note taking sheet”.
14Quick Write!Quick Draw!Quick Write about the benefits of keeping students engaged during a lesson. Get our your Processing card (tent it) – show the Still Thinking side until you are done and then switch to Ready to Share.
15Chalkboard SplashIn their TABLE groups they will write down any similarities, differences, and surprises.
16Beach ball – one student answering and recall questions Fluff – a lot of engagement but low cognition questionReceivement Gap – Lecture format; receiving good information but no participationTPTs – High cognition and high participation
17What does this remind you of? The Rigor and Relevance Framework.
18The Bottom Line“In order to effectively increase the rigor in your classroom, it is essential to incorporate elements of student motivation and engagement.”“Higher-order thinking thrives on interaction. When students bounce ideas off of each other, the exchange generates more ideas in a nonthreatening setting.”
19to discuss how movement and learning are connected? Bounce CardsUse theBounce Cardsto discuss how movement and learning are connected?
20Take a Minute…Take a minute to look at a strategy in your ring that we haven’t talked about yet. Read about it, take some notes on your sheet and be prepared to share out about that strategy.We will still be doing Study-Tell-Help-check, Explain to your Neighbor and Whip around or pass so you might want to choose something else. Take time to share out what you discovered with a partner.
21Explain it to your neighbor Take the TPT you just studied and explain it with apartner. Between the two of you generatequestions to clarify what you don’t understand.(In reality your pair would join another and do thesame). Coming back together you would clarifyany misunderstandings as a whole group.Explain and clarify the strategy you just read about with your partner , ask questions as necessary. Other partner explains their strategy.
22Partner tells all you can Study-Tell-Help-CheckStudy yourNotes, 1stPartner tells all you canremember.2nd partner helps.Check your notes.Study-tell-help-check about the notes you have taken so far. Explain and clarify, ask questions as necessary.
23Whip around or passIn order, whip around and tell us which strategy you are going to use first in your classroom and why.If someone takesyour answer or youcan’t think of one…youmay “pass”.
24Thinking about today – how much do you know now about student engagement? I could write a book about it!Just a little15
25Today’s Content Outcomes Today’s Literacy Objectives Explore Total Participation Techniques to increase Rigor and Student EngagementIncrease mathematical content and pedagogy with number senseToday’s Literacy Objectives1. Thumbs up/down/in between: did we accomplish our objectives for today?2. Meet with champagne partner and share which technique will be implemented with details-which subject, how, preparation to use.3. Extras in folder.Listen and discuss applications of TPT in the classroomRead and write to make connections with TPT content and math number sense
26Make It – Take ItUse the time remaining to get your cards cut and punched.Put on rings.Hopefully you can begin using these and we will share at our next PD.I will also try to bring some more of these to our remaining PD’s.1. Thumbs up/down/in between: did we accomplish our objectives for today?2. Meet with champagne partner and share which technique will be implemented with details-which subject, how, preparation to use.3. Extras in folder.