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Building Student AgencyThrough increased student engagement

Educator Indivualized Tech Plan for Tiffany Harrell-Sterling

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Let's recap

What did we learn and achieve in our previous coaching session?

November 5, 2023

Reviewed teacher survey, developed a specific challenge, and shared vision.

Analyzed what the teacher already tried and what did and did not work.

Developed some action and next steps for the teacher to try in her lessons and classroom.

Last Session

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Reflect on your responses

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How does this connect to your current classroom?

What are some things we could change now being in the students shoes to move towards more student engagement and agency?

put yourself in your students' shoes

opening excercise

check

When you were a student how did your school demonstate its values about culture?

What was your place within the culture of the school?

What did student engagement look like during that time period?

What did student agency look like during that time period?

How did your teachers get you as the student to buy-into the daily lessons and activities?

What would have been one thing you would have changed about how classrooms were ran back then?

GOALS/Intended Outcomes

To build student agency within the classroom by making students more accountable.

To increase student engagement within the lessons.

Incorporate more technology practices in the classroom

Uses ACES test to better understand students and their challenges in life

Locate innovative teaching strategies to implement

Provide coaching to assist the teacher in growing so she can in turn grow her students

To Increase Student Engagement

The Plan

Identify teacher and student needs.

Set learning goals.

Select the content and tech platform.

Divide the plan into phases: start, development and closure.

Organize coaching to provide teacher growth to support student growth and engagement.

Design the evaluation criteria and their evidence from the beginning.

Get closer to the reality of your students.

Encourage your students to participate, buy-in, be accountable, create, and reflect.

Avoid fireworks.

Blog

A collaboration app built for hybrid work so you and your team/class can stay informed, organized, and connected in one place.

What is Microsoft teams?

Technology Tool to support student engagement

Microsoft teams

let's see why this app is so great!

  • Makes it easy for educators to set up virtual classrooms, keep assignments organized, and collaborate with parents and/or students in real time.
  • Supports students' emotional and social well-being and provide a safe space to navigate with age-appropriate activities to promote social-emotional learning.
  • Supplements in-classroom activities with personalized tools designed to accommodate the diverse learning styles of every student.

Why Microsoft teams?

This tech-based solution platform has various features and can be used in a various of ways to assist the teacher in achieving her specific challenge of increasing student engagement.

Microsoft teams

Info

visual support

Microsoft Teams home page provides tutorials, guides, demos, and resource videos to assist you on all the features and benefits of this platform.

microsoft teams for education

Let's watch a video for insight

reflect

Research found from scholars to on student engagement and agency to help reinforce my decision on Microsoft Teams platform.

Research highlights

Studies on student enagement have revealed a critical need for a shift in our pedagogical conception and approach (Benner, Brown, & Jeffrey, 2019; Dabrowski & Reed Marshall, 2018).

As educators engage students, their ability to more fully know their students and the content they teach allows them to move within the constraints to build agency through interactions of content, process, and product (Marshall, T.R., 2022).

A shift in practice requires a great deal of time to build norms and trust, as well as to create a very different, coherent vision around what learning is and how it can happen in the classroom (Richardson, W., 2019)

Utilize data from insights and classroom activities and assessments to determine growth towards targeted challenge

Development

Learning sessions

Intro

Introduce Microsoft Teams platform and its features to attain teacher buy-in for implementation.

Plan a lesson incorporating usage of Microsoft Teams

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Utilize the "Reflect" tab and allow student to check-in emotionally

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Receive feedback from students on grows and glows of the technology tool

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Closure

pause and take it all in

How are you feeling so far within the session?Is there anything you have questions about?Any feedback or input you would like to give?

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Learningsession

What are our action and next steps going to be after this session?

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closure

You can do this and I will be here every step of the way to help guide you through it!

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Key ideas to remember

To build student agency within the classroom by making students more accountable.

o increase student engagement within the lessons.

ncorporate more technology practices in the classroom

Uses ACES test to better understand students and their challenges in life

Locate innovative teaching strategies to implement

Provide coaching to assist the teacher in growing so she can in turn grow her students

closure/summary

You've donea wonderful job!

I look forward to continuing to work with you to help you grow your yourself, students, and classroom!

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Dykstra Steinbrenner, J., & Watson, L. (2015). Student Engagement in the Classroom: The Impact of Classroom, Teacher, and Student Factors. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 45(8), 2392–2410. https://doi- org.lsus.idm. oclc .org /10.1007/s10803-015-2406-9 Marshall, T. R. (2022, January 1). The Promise, Power, and Practice of Student Agency. Educational Leadership, 80(3), 33–38. Microsoft Education. (2019, June 24). Microsoft Teams for Education [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0TlQXmFGdQRichardson, W. (2019, January 1). Sparking Student Agency with Technology. Educational Leadership, 76(5), 12–19.

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