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Reimagining Student Engagement

From Disrupting to Driving
By: Amy Berry

Foreword by John Hattie

When you reimagine student engagement, you’ll see your students as true agents of their own learning and provide them with the motivational resources that fuel collaboration and school success.

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  • Grade Level: PreK-12
  • ISBN: 9781071880302
  • Published By: Corwin
  • Year: 2022
  • Page Count: 160
  • Publication date: October 11, 2022

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Engage students as true partners in learning

Instead of disruptions, avoidance, and withdrawal, your learners could be participating, investing, and driving their learning experience. It’s time to reimagine student engagement!

Focused around three essential goals, Reimagining Student Engagement develops a new vocabulary for real classrooms, proposes an engagement model positioning students as active partners in the learning process, and embeds the concept of engagement into the teaching and learning process. Inside you’ll find:

  • Reflection prompts that connect ideas to experiences
  • Vignettes illustrating common conceptions of engagement as well as challenges
  • Case studies showcasing real teachers using engagement strategies with learners
  • Practical classroom strategies and tips for application

When you reimagine student engagement, you’ll see your students as true agents of their own learning and provide them with the motivational resources that fuel collaboration and school success.

Author(s)

Author(s)

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Amy Berry

Dr. Amy Berry is a research fellow at the Australian Council for Educational Research and an honorary fellow at the University of Melbourne. Amy began her career as a primary school teacher in Queensland before returning to university to complete a master of education (research). Having developed a passion for research, she went on to complete her PhD looking at teacher perspectives on student engagement and their approaches to engaging students in classroom learning. Amy has extensive experience working with preservice and practicing teachers to develop their skills in classroom-based assessment and evidence-based practice. She has designed numerous professional learning programs for teachers, including programs on formative assessment, student engagement, and learning through play. As well as working with teachers in Australia, Amy has worked with teachers, school leaders, and education officials from Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Ukraine.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Foreword by John Hattie


Introduction: Why Engagement?

Chapter 1: What Do We Mean By Engagement? The Illusion of Consensus

Chapter 2: Engagement as a Partnership

Chapter 3: Developing a Process for Engagement

Chapter 4: Let’s Get Engaged!

Chapter 5: Let’s Tackle Disengagement!

Chapter 6: Peers as Partners in Engagement

Chapter 7: Cultivating a Culture of Engagement

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