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Leaning In: Student Engagement - Shared screen with speaker view
Tina Graven
11:15
Tina Graven, Region 5 Literacy
Sue Longcor
11:20
Sue CRAEA literacy
Holly Ritter
11:24
bit.ly/lean-in-11-17
Holly Ritter
15:23
https://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/211631/student-enthusiasm-falls-high-school-graduation-nears.aspx
Holly Ritter
19:42
Emotional, behavioral, or emotional
Sue Longcor
20:41
Cognitive
Tina Graven
21:27
Emotionally engaged is"excited" learning.
Tina Graven
22:45
Emotional/Cognitive
Sue Longcor
22:53
Behavioral engagement
Sue Longcor
28:32
I notice opportunities for cognitive engagement
Tina Graven
29:11
Engaging with peers seems to be very "normal" for these students. Relationships have been developed.
Tina Graven
29:49
Questioning allows for cognitive engagement.
Holly Ritter
30:45
graphic organizer https://resources.corwin.com/sites/default/files/figure_2.1_2.pdf
Tina Graven
35:25
These are wonderful!!! Great share!
Sue Longcor
36:26
Allow teachers the opportunity to choose their learning during Large Group or Yr. 2 professional learning as a way to model the choice board
Tina Graven
36:28
Book clubs and independent time!
Tina Graven
36:48
I like that, Sue!! Thinking about teachers!!!
Sue Longcor
40:01
Thanks, Kelly and Holly! Great ideas for engagement.
Tina Graven
40:13
Wonderful information!!!! Very engaging!