Exploring the Difference Between Student Participation and Student Engagement

Larry Ferlazzo withJennifer Gonzalez,Bill and Pérsida Himmele

In this segment we look at the difference between student participation and student engagement and why it matters. We close with specific strategies to achieve 100 percent student involvement.

Follow on Twitter: @WilliamHimmele @cultofpedagogy @PersidaHimmele @larryferlazzo @bamradionetwork

#edchat #teachers #edtech

Play Episode Subscribe on iTunes
Share 3.9K Apple Podcasts
March 24, 2015
Episode Guests
Jennifer Gonzalez, NBCT, is a former middle-school language arts teacher who has also taught pre-service teachers at the university level. On her website, Cult of Pedagogy, she shares good ideas, curates fantastic resources, and gently prods teachers into making their work more effective and fun. Husband-and-wife team Bill and Pérsida Himmele are associate professors at Millersville University. They are the authors of 3 ASCD books: Total Participation Techniques, The Language-Rich Classroom, and Total Literacy Techniques.
More from Ferlazzo - EdWeek

Leave a comment