Learning Engagement

Learning engagement is as easy as 1, 2, 3…14! Students engaged in learning are excited to take part in lessons, persist in the face of challenge, and are happy when they complete their work. Students want to be engaged in their learning and achievement – and they’re thrilled you’re doing all you can to intentionally plan for learning engagement in your classroom. Here are 14 strategies to engage students in their learning, as inspired by Marzano et al. (“The Highly Engaged Classroom”):
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Engaged students sustain their interest over time and are positive about their learning. Just like you! Thanks for making the most of our district’s professional development day. Our students appreciate it!

Click on the videos below to learn more about the individual strategies.
Click here for definitions and a printable guide to Learning Engagement in Cobb, or to access resources that support learning engagement in Cobb Schools.

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