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Strategies for student engagement.3

CAFCE 2014 Annual Presentation by Sheridan College

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Strategies for student engagement.3

  1. 1. Strategies for Increasing Student Accountability
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  3. 3. o Technology o Organic Networks o Reflection o Student Stories Blooms Taxonomy ACCOUNTABILITY
  4. 4. o Accountability, Engagement, are they synonymous, can one live without the other?
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  6. 6.  Supports research that clickers can play a key role in engagement, involvement, participation and enjoyment.  Students appreciated anonymity STUDENT RESPONSE SYSTEMS & LEARNER ENGAGEMENT IN LARGE CLASSES (HEASLIP, G ET AL., 2013)
  7. 7. Engagement Accountability • Willingness to participate, attend class, submit work • Meaningful learning environment • Involved in extra-curricular • Being called to account for one's actions • Students are personally responsible for their actions • Education provides real-life experiences that are bearers of moral import DEFINITIONS
  8. 8. CAFCE Week Challenge 2013 What challenges engagement?
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  10. 10. Sample of co-op student feedback “It's a lot and a little stressful, but I feel better knowing that there is help available to us along the way.” “Keep up the great energy! It really made me feel as though you care about all your students and in return we will put in the extra effort!” “I look forward to learning a lot from this class and hope it will enable me to begin my career” Take Home - Strategy 1
  12. 12. Categories in the cognitive domain of the revised Bloom's taxonomy (Anderson et al. 2000)
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  14. 14. Take Home - Strategy 2 In-Class Modeling Finance Association Presentation Circle 500 President of Finance Association on MBOT : Advantage Working Group
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  17. 17. Questions