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2 “Student engagement in learning is also strongly correlated to increased student retention” (Tinto 1997).).

3 “When actively involved in learning, students engage in higher-order thinking skills (analysis, synthesis, and evaluation) and hands-on-activities (manipulating, discussing, experimenting, writing, etc.) to construct their own meaning of material being presented”(Bonwell & Eison 1991, Dolence & Norris 1995).

4 “Research demonstrates that this is superior to traditional passive learning in motivating students, increasing retention of information, and increasing depth of understanding” (Mazur 1997, Slavin 1995).

5  Common Language Of Instruction  Discussion & Feedback  Means to an end

6  Hand out pg. 33  Count off in to 9 groups and assign one area per each group. Have each group pick one of the following questions to answer while reading the information.

7 Everyone Shares out their comments, thoughts, and ideas.

8 People remember in the following ways… 10% of what they read 20% of what they hear 30% of what they see 50% of what they see & hear 70% of what they say 90% of what they say & do

9 Teacher Show - Chart - Demonstrate - Display - Depict - Graph - Model - Illustrate When would this be a 1, 2 or 3? Student Show - - Chart - Demonstrate - Display - Depict - Graph - Model - Illustrate When would this be a 5, 6 or 1?

10 Teacher Tell - Lecture - Address - Inform - Describe - Narrate - Read/Speak to - Explain When would this be a 4, 3, 2 or 1? Student Tell - Lecture - Address - Inform - Describe - Narrate - Read/Speak to - Explain When would this be a 6 or 5?

11 Teacher Try - Hands on - Manipulate - Exchange - Coach - Engage - Guide - Interact - Discuss - Experiment - Fit/handle/try When would this be a 4, 3, 2, or 1? Student Try - Hands on - Manipulate - Exchange - Coach - Engage - Guide - Interact - Discuss - Experiment - Fit/handle/try When would this be a 6 or a 5?

12 Teacher Do - Compose - Test - Complete - Homework - Execute - Worksheet - Respond - Write - Act - Master When would this be a 4, 3, 2, or 1? Student Do - Compose - Test - Complete - Homework - Execute - Worksheet - Respond - Write - Act - Master When would this be a 6 or 5?

13 Tuesday, May 4, 2010

14 “You can't force commitment, what you can do... You nudge a little here, inspire a little there, and provide a role model. Your primary influence is the environment you create.” Peter Senge

15  Stages of Language Acquisition. Pearson Achievement Solutions, A division of Pearson Education  Marzano, Robert. Setting the Record Straight on High-Yield Strategies. Pg. 30 – 33. Sept


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