Engagement is such an interesting thing. When it is happening in a classroom, it is apparent; but sometimes when it isn't happening, you wonder what is missing. At my school, we have been reading this article. This article states that there are 8 main aspects to an engaged classroom:
What small tweaks can you make to incorporate 3 of these 8 things into instruction? It can't be all 8 all the time, but which ones could you enhance in your classroom?
EdPuzzle is one of my favorite tools for Flipped learning. It allows teachers to hold students accountable for watching a video and thinking while they watch. You can embed questions throughout the video for students to answer. It will store the answers for you and grade the multiple choice questions.
Below is a video I made for my Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment class as a preview for how it works.
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