Sunday, June 19, 2011
7 ways to go from on-task to engaged
The following article is courtesy of ASCD Smart Brief. It is excellent. As you read it, you might think about how the elements of meta-cognition are being suggested as a way to engage students.
Your students appear on-task as they busily copy notes from the screen. But are they engaged? Director of professional development Bryan Harris shares strategies for keeping students both on-task and interested in his guest Inservice blog post. Read on to find out how his tips can help you battle "pretend-attend" in your classroom. Read the full post.