How to determine if students are engaged in lessons

03/1/2012 | Edutopia.org

In this blog, former administrator Ben Johnson offers several ways in which teachers can determine if students are engaged in lessons. In lessons that are teacher-directed, engaged students are paying attention, taking notes and asking content-related questions. When students are working alone or in small groups, engaged students are interacting, exploring, explaining and evaluating.

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