Another student engagement link—An introduction to student engagement:
[bpfb_link url=’http://relappalachia.org/events/what-is-student-engagement-and-how-do-we-measure-it/’ title=’What Is Student Engagement and How Do We Measure It?’ image=”]”What Is Student Engagement and How Do We Measure It?” is a 1-hour webinar event designed for Kentucky r…[Read more]
It was great to see so many people at the action research training by ARI and REL Appalachia on Jun 19. For those interested in more info about measuring student engagement, REL Appalachia has webinars and other presentations on this topic. Check out the links below:
We have great educators in our KVEC region!
Thank you for your quick response! That does help. I wanted to be sure I follow all guidelines and limitations. Thank you again.
Last year certain sections had word limitations, but not every section. I believe it is the same way this year. While it doesn’t necessarily have to be lengthy, I suggest being as concise and descriptive as possible so that the scorers understand what you want to accomplish with your project and how you will measure your desired outcome. Hope that helps!
Public Holler 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Action Research is an inquiry process that encourages practitioners to critically examine their teaching practices to identify strategies that effectively address specific learning problems–Problems of Practice. When teachers make a personal commitment to systematically collect data on their work, they are engaging in a process that will encourage continuous growth and development.
Facilitators of the Action Research Holler are Dr. Rachel Holbrook, English language Arts Teacher, Johnson County Middle School and Ms. Michelle Scott, Mathematics Teacher, Pikeville High School.