Unleash the Power of Engagement!
October 21–22, 2020 in Clinton Township, Michigan
Vague definitions of “student engagement” create confusion and contribute to the achievement gap. Have you created a common definition of “student engagement” in your district? Are all leaders looking at engagement through the same set of eyes? Do your instructional practices ensure ALL students are active with academic content? Kagan has the answer! Structured interaction is the key. During this interactive session, Kagan will demonstrate how engagement for ALL can become a reality in your district.
This administrator session is designed to introduce your building level and central office leadership team to Kagan Professional Development’s research-based approach to boosting student achievement through active engagement. Kagan has proven effective in countless classrooms, schools, and districts. Discover Kagan. Discover a revolutionary way to teach that is transforming teaching and learning. Let’s work together to bring full student engagement to your district!
Registration is Limited.
Call 586.228.3558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability
LocationMacomb Intermediate School District
44001 Garfield Rd
Clinton Township, Michigan 48038-1100
Date and Time
10/21: 12:00pm-4:00pm, Q/A 4:00pm-5:00pm
10/22: 8:30am-12:30pm, Q/A: 12:30pm-1:30pm
- Explore the research on student engagement.
- Reflect on the critical importance of instruction in closing gaps.
- Experience how to make all learners active in the classroom.
- Analyze teacher videos for levels of student engagement.
- Discover how to identify faulty engagement strategies.
- Create a common understanding of effective student engagement.
Free Kagan Materials
With your attendance, you will receive:
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