Making Learning Flow: Instruction and Assessment Strategies That Empower Students to Love Learning and Reach New Levels of Achievement
ISBN: 1943874182
EAN13: 9781943874187
Language: English
Pages: 80
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Making Learning Flow: Instruction and Assessment Strategies That Empower Students to Love Learning and Reach New Levels of Achievement

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Benefits LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF FLOW. REIMAGINE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT to create conditions that foster a state of flow regularly. MOTIVATE STUDENTS to become naturally curious, creative critical thinkers. MAKE LEARNING INHERENTLY FUN, encouraging students to love learning. GAIN EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES for improving motivation, instruction, pacing, and feedback in the classroom. Understand how intrinsic motivations can better inspire students' learning than extrinsic rewards. Grasp how to effectively match students' perceived skills with an equal level of challenge. Issue immediate and effective feedback to help students monitor their own learning progress. When students are fully engaged, present, focused, and alert, they experience flow. By rethinking student engagement and bringing flow to the center of instruction, teachers inspire students to love learning and reach new levels of achievement. Using the key components of flow, generate a state of flow in the classroom every day to spark optimal student performance. Learn what steps teachers can take to personalize instruction, empowering students to own their learning. Contents Introduction: What Is Flow? Motivation--Shifting From Extrinsic to Intrinsic Rewards Instruction--Shifting From Differentiation to Personalization Pacing--Shifting From Action to Suspense Feedback--Shifting From Top-Down to Horizontal Assessment Conclusion References and Resources LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF FLOW. REIMAGINE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT to create conditions that foster a state of flow regularly. MOTIVATE STUDENTS to become naturally curious, creative critical thinkers. MAKE LEARNING INHERENTLY FUN, encouraging students to love learning. GAIN EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES for improving motivation, instruction, pacing, and feedback in the classroom. Understand how intrinsic motivations can better inspire students' learning than extrinsic rewards. Grasp how to effectively match students' perceived skills with an equal level of challenge. Issue immediate and effective feedback to help students monitor their own learning progress. When students are fully engaged, present, focused, and alert, they experience flow. By rethinking student engagement and bringing flow to the center of instruction, teachers inspire students to love learning and reach new levels of achievement. Using the key components of flow, generate a state of flow in the classroom every day to spark optimal student performance. Learn what steps teachers can take to personalize instruction, empowering students to own their learning. Contents Introduction: What Is Flow? Motivation--Shifting From Extrinsic to Intrinsic Rewards Instruction--Shifting From Differentiation to Personalization Pacing--Shifting From Action to Suspense Feedback--Shifting From Top-Down to Horizontal Assessment Conclusion References and Resources