Participants explore strategies and resources for
engaging students during face-to-face and virtual instruction. Equity,
differentiation, and nonlinguistic representations of instruction and learning
will be targeted.
Attendees will: 1. learn research-based strategies that increase student engagement so that all students are involved in the learning process; 2. learn new ways to increase the confidence of learners who may be reluctant to engage in classroom activities and discussions; and 3. obtain numerous activities, templates, games, resources, etc. they can use with their students. These can be used “as is” or modified to include other content based on the needs of the attendees.
Iris Mudd (Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools: Winston Salem, NC)