Five Paths of Student Engagement
Blazing the Trail to Learning and Success
As education turns from rigid, standardised and over-tested schooling to holistic, personalised and human learning, engagement is the way forward. But to reach the goal of serving students’ wellbeing and identity as well as their achievement, F–12 educators must prepare for the journey of engagement, avoid detours and battle enemies to stay on course. Grounded in psychological and sociological theory, as well as authors Dennis Shirley and Andy Hargreaves’s own research, Five paths of student engagement: Blazing the trail to learning and success covers each facet of engagement and recommends practical approaches for classroom instruction, school leadership and educational policies.
- recognise student engagement as a source of progress into a new educational era
- learn about major psychological and sociological theories of engagement and motivation
- deconstruct common misconceptions about engagement
- understand disengagement and why certain classroom structures fail to engage students
- implement five pathways of engagement that lead to student learning and success.
|Publish date||2021-08-02 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Professional development, Cross-Curricular|