Presentation on theme: "The Middie Mile From Here to There with Pride Engagement Students who are engaged in their work are energized by four goals—success, curiosity, originality,"— Presentation transcript:
Engagement Students who are engaged in their work are energized by four goals—success, curiosity, originality, and satisfying relationships. ― Richard Strong, Harvey F. Silver and Amy Robinson “ ”
Goals and Needs: The SCORE People who are engaged in their work are driven by four essential goals, each of which satisfies a particular human need: Success (the need for mastery) Curiosity (the need for understanding) Originality (the need for self-expression) Relationships (the need for involvement with others)
Knowing the SCORE Four important questions that teachers must ask themselves in order to “score” the level of engagement in their classrooms. 1.Under what conditions are students most likely to feel that they can be successful? 2.When are students most likely to become curious? 3.How can we help students satisfy their natural drive toward self-expression? 4.How can we motivate students to learn by using their natural desire to create and foster good peer relationships?
Convincing Kids They Can Succeed Before we can use success to motivate our students to produce high- quality work, we must meet three conditions: 1.We must clearly articulate the criteria for success and provide clear, immediate, and constructive feedback. 2.We must show students that the skills they need to be successful are within their grasp by clearly and systematically modeling these skills. 3.We must help them see success as a valuable aspect of their personalities.
Arousing Curiosity Students want and need work that stimulates their curiosity and awakens their desire for deep understanding. ― Richard Strong, Harvey F. Silver and Amy Robinson “ ”
Intrigued? Read On… Strengthening Student Engagement: What Do Students Want (and what really motivates them) ? Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) September 1995 | Volume 53 | Number 1 Strengthening Student Engagement Pages 8-12 Read the entire article online.
MCSD High Progress Schools of Honor Way to go Mayfield and Rosa Parks! The Schools of Honor program recognizes schools that have sustained high achievement and substantial progress while serving a significant number of economically disadvantaged students.
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Good Read Defying the Crowd: Simple Solutions to the Most Common Relationship Problems By Robert J. Sternberg, Todd I. Lubart Click to Read Online
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Curriculum Happenings Who? or What?Where?When?Notes Curriculum CouncilDiscover Lab (downtown) December 3rd 5:30- 7:00 Still space if want to attend. K-5 Report Card Committee TBABeginning in JanuaryEmail Libbie to join committee. New 5-Step Process Forms PLC’s and BLT’sFor Each MeetingContact Libbie if you need help. On the Horizon Test Prep Lessons 3 rd through 8 th Grade Classrooms Beginning Monday after MAP testing is completed. Subjects: Reading, Writing, Math
K-8 ELA Staff During the January 3rd inservice time, be prepared to talk about… What changes need to be made with mini lessons in binders; What additions need to be added; Other suggestions for lessons. Mini lessons are living documents and with your input, we can make them even better for our students!
Define: Engage en·gage /enˈgāj/ Verb 1.occupy, attract, or involve (someone's interest or attention). “he plowed on, trying to outline his plans and engage Sutton's attention” synonyms: capture, catch, arrest, grab, snag, draw, attract, gain, win, hold, grip, captivate, engross, absorb, occupy antonyms: lose Be the change.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives By Topic Number & Operations Algebra Geometry Measurement Data Analysis & Probability By Grade Bands Pre-K – 2 3 – 5 6 – 8 9 – 12 Note: Java and Thinking Required
January MAPs Timeline January6 th 7 th 9 th 10 th 13 th 14 th 16 th 17 th 20 th 21 st 22 nd 23 rd 24 th Reading 4 th Grade 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 9 th Grade 5 th Grade 6 th Grade 9 th Grade 8 th GradeMake-Ups2 nd GradeMake-Ups Language 7 th Grade4 th Grade 6 th Grade 9 th Grade 5 th Grade 6 th Grade 9 th Grade 8 th GradeMake-Ups Math 7 th Grade4 th Grade 6 th Grade 9 th Grade 5 th Grade 6 th Grade 9 th Grade 8 th GradeMake-Ups 2 nd GradeMake-Ups Science 7 th Grade4 th Grade 6 th Grade 9 th Grade 5 th Grade 6 th Grade 8 th Grade 9 th Grade Make-Ups Second grade teachers will be trained on MAP test proctoring on January 8 th. Second grade students will experience MAP on January 21 st and 23 rd for the first time before they are required to test for gifted screening with it in March.
MCSD 3rd Grade Practice OAA Key Dates January 7 Reading and math test materials and individual student scan sheets arrive in buildings. January 8- January 15 Assessment window—Administer the Practice Reading OAA and Practice Math OAA to all 3rd grade students (except alternate assessments) during the test window. Scan answer documents to Triand. January 22All open response rubric scores entered into Triand.
Fountas and Pinnell GradesJanuary 13- January 24 K-3 rd GradesAll students. 4 th Grade All students below benchmark in fall and students promoted to 4th grade who did not make 3rd Grade Guarantee cut-off of 390. 4 th GradeAll students below benchmark in fall.
Professional Development Survey Please take a moment to tell us your thoughts on the November 5 th district inservice day. So far, we have only heard from 28 of you! Survey Link
PLCs December 11 th Elementary: PLC in Buildings Highview, MMS, & Central: PLC in Buildings High School: MAP & PLC Paraprofessionals: HS Media Center Special Education Teachers: In Buildings December 18 Elementary: Grade Level Meetings at High School Elementary Specials: Mayfield MMS, Highview & Central: Grade Level Meetings at Buildings High School: MAP & PLC
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