In this highly interactive workshop, Dr. Tina H. Boogren will guide participants to learn how to raise students’ energy levels, demonstrate a positive demeanor, express enthusiasm, and use humor to create a highly engaged classroom culture in which all students are accepted and challenged. Participants will learn to facilitate emotions for students such as enthusiasm, interest, enjoyment, satisfaction, and pride, which all have a direct impact on student achievement.
- Gain sound instructional strategies for engaging students.
- Distinguish between short-term attention and deep engagement.
- Connect classroom goals to students’ personal goals.
- Build capacity to increase student achievement.
- Spark students’ personal interest in learning.
- Nurture students’ sense of self-efficacy.
- Improve practice through the reflection process.
TESS Components: 3c
This workshop is based on the book The Highly Engaged Classroom by Robert J. Marzano. Each participant will receive a free copy of the book.