59 Kagan Structures

Proven Engagement Strategies

Dr. Spencer Kagan, Miguel Kagan, & Laurie Kagan (All Grades)

  • 59 Step-by-step Kagan Structures
  • Revolutionary teaching strategies to boost engagement
  • Activity ideas across the curriculum
  • Ready-to-use activities and resources
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Kagan Structures are revolutionary teaching strategies. Why? Because they create an unparalleled level of student engagement. Kagan Structures create a cooperative and caring class tone by putting students on the same side as they interact in pairs, small teams, and with classmates. Structures ensure every student is individually accountable so no one can hide and take a free ride. Structures create equal participation, which means all students are engaged a much greater percent of the time. In this must-have Kagan reference guide, you get 59 step-by-step Kagan Structures you'll use time and time again. More structures means more tools in your teaching toolbox to create more student engagement, more student learning, and more success! 248 pages.

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Review by Joel Karchmer

Sometimes things that happen in life that go way beyond any positive expectations that one has. As a 3rd grade teacher at a school in Los Angeles, I can say with certainty that the newest book 59 Structures has tremendously exceeded any positive expectations that I had. It is exactly what was needed in the vast array of books created by Kagan Publishing because it cleanly, clearly, and succinctly explains the useful structures. It also makes the blackline template available right after the definition of the structure so that feverish searching in the back of the book for the template is avoided. It's almost like someone from Kagan was looking into my brain to see what would really make the use of the Kagan structures more applicable/teacher friendly. I am so happy to report that this newest book has my five star rating. Keep up the good work. (I enjoy my summer vacations off from school, and I hope I don't sound corny, but I can hardly way to start using these structures with my new students this school year.)

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