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  1. Levels of Engagementadapted from work by Phil Schlechty Authentic Engagement- High Attention and high commitment. Ex. Literature cirlces promote ownership of learning because students assume roles such as, discussion director, questioner, vocabulary enricher. Strategic Compliance-High attention and low commitment. Ex. A read aloud that is devoid of questions or purpose. Students may have high interest but low commitment due to a lack of purpose. Ritual Compliance-Low attention and low commitment. Ex. Write the spelling words five times each and use the words in a sentence. Retreatism—No attention and no commitment. Ex. Memorization without application Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  2. Authentic Engagement Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  3. StrategicCompliance Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  4. Ritual Compliance Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  5. Retreatism Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  6. Authentic Engagment(do not print use this page) Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  7. UN Project– students research assigned country to find a problem & propose solutions. Students then role play a delegates meeting to make informed decisions Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  8. Students conduct an experiment to test their own hypothesis & draw conclusions based on the data. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  9. Students construct a compost bin in science class to breed worms for school’s annual fishing field trip. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  10. Students creating and maintaining a school or class web-site. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  11. Students learn job skills through a shadowing program that supports their ILP/IGP Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  12. Students design advertising for local businesses using propaganda to be published in the local paper. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  13. High Attention– High Commitment Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  14. Students explore the trigonometry that relates to a sample of architecture of their choice. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  15. Students develop and implement a research-based plan to increase voter turn-out Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  16. Strategic Compliance(do not use) Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  17. Read Aloud devoid of questions or purpose. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  18. Students are working in groups of 3 to use song, dance, and pantomime to illustrate a portion of the text. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  19. High Attention and Low Commitment Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  20. Students work in pairs to use the concept of proportionality to measure the height of objects on campus. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  21. Students respond to teacher questions with CPS remote system. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  22. Students present/defend their solutions/answers to selected released AP items. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  23. Students are working in groups to translate different scenes from Macbeth into contemporary english. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  24. Ritual Compliance(do not use) Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  25. Students define vocabulary words using an online dictionary. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  26. Students taking notes as they watch a video on the BP Gulf Oil Crisis. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  27. Students are working at their desks to color in blank maps of Europe. They are using markers, colored pencils, and their textbook. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  28. Low Attention & Low Commitment Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  29. Students define and illustrate key terms from the current unit of instruction. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  30. Students work in small groups to complete a list of algebra problems. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  31. Retreatism(do not use) Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  32. Students watch & listen as the teacher works examples on board. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  33. No Attention and No Committment Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  34. Students memorizing a list of important historical dates. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  35. Students listen as other students recite a sonnet. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison

  36. Memorization without application. Developed by Heady C. Larson & Jessica Addison