Estimated Time to Complete: 1 1/2 hours
Join Dr. Reeves for this three-part series on the latest research on engagement for students and staff. Learn more as he contrasts the “engagement illusion”—when things look good, but students are disengaged—to authentic engagement, which includes risk-taking, innovation, and real learning. He will also address the keys to motivation, including competence, personal meaning, progress, and a deep sense of meaning—all essential for students and classroom educators.
In this part, participants will demonstrate evidence of impact using the “Challenge, Practice, Results” model to show a direct connection between their leadership practices and student engagement and achievement.
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