Varying Instructional Delivery for Engagement

Focus Area: Teachership
Audience:

TTeachers

Pathway: Understanding

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Overview

We all want students to be engaged in their learning. This, we know, helps the learning process, and invests students in the work. Engagement starts with an understanding of instructional delivery – the choreography of learning. Ensuring that the learning process has varied methods can bring learners into the content we want them to take ownership of. In this 2 hour virtual workshop, we will key levers of instructional delivery that lead to student engagement as well as explore concrete strategies and examples to assess the impact on engagement.

Audience

This session was designed for teachers and para educators. 

Specifications

  • 2 hours
  • Participants will need a computer with access to Zoom, a camera, a microphone, and stable Internet connectivity

Outcome

I vary methods of instructional delivery and tasks to promote student engagement.

Learning Experience

Define

  • What is engagement? What are the 3 types of engagement that support learning?
  • What are the key levers of instructional delivery?
  • Participants will review scenarios of low engagement to identify the hidden and visible signs for students.

Explore

  • Strategies around discourse, total participation, collaboration, and reciprocal teaching

Build

  • An example strategy in your context with content that you teach or that you support