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Student Engagement Techniques

A Handbook for College Faculty

Barkley, Elizabeth F. / Major, Claire H.

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2. Auflage Juni 2020
432 Seiten, Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-68677-4
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Practical Strategies and Winning Techniques to Engage and Enhance Student Learning

The revised and updated second edition of Student Engagement Techniques is a much-needed guide to engaging today's information-overloaded students. The book is a comprehensive resource that offers college teachers a dynamic model for engaging students and includes over one hundred tips, strategies, and techniques that have been proven to help teachers across all disciplines motivate and connect with their students.

This edition will provide a deeper understanding of what student engagement is, demonstrate new strategies for engaging students, uncover implementation strategies for engaging students in online learning environments, and provide new examples on how to implement these techniques into STEM fields.

"Student Engagement Techniques is among a handful of books-several of which are in this series!-designed specifically to help instructors, regardless of experience, create the conditions that make meaningful, engaged learning not just possible but highly probable." -Michael Palmer, Ph.D., Director, Center for Teaching Excellence, Professor, General Faculty, University of Virginia

"This practical guide to motivating and engaging students reads like a quite enjoyable series of conversations held over coffee with skilled colleagues. It has been met with delight from every faculty member and graduate instructor that we've shared the book with!" -Megan L. Mittelstadt, Ph.D., Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, The University of Georgia

"Student Engagement Techniques belongs in the hands of 21st century instructors and faculty developers alike. Its research-based, specific, yet broadly applicable strategies can increase student engagement in face-to-face and online courses in any discipline." -Jeanine A. Irons, Ph.D., Faculty Developer for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Syracuse University

"This book is an essential resource for faculty seeking to better engage with their students. Anyone seeking a clear, research-based, and actionable guide needs a copy of Student Engagement Techniques on their shelf!" -Michael S. Harris, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Higher Education, Director, Center for Teaching Excellence, Southern Methodist University

Preface xi

Acknowledgments xv

Part One: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Student Engagement 1

1 What Does "Student Engagement" Mean? 3

2 Engagement and Motivation 16

3 Engagement and Active Learning 28

4 Promoting Synergy Between Motivation and Active Learning 45

Part Two: Tips and Strategies 61

5 Tips and Strategies for Fostering Motivation 65

6 Tips and Strategies for Promoting Active Learning 86

7 Tips and Strategies for Building Community 103

8 Tips and Strategies to Ensure Students Are Challenged Appropriately 122

9 Tips and Strategies to Promote Holistic Learning 129

Part Three: Student Engagement Techniques (Sets) 141

Category I. Techniques to Engage Students in Learning Course-Related Knowledge and Skills 146

10 Knowledge, Skills, Recall, and Understanding 147

1 Background Knowledge Probe 148

2 Artifacts 153

3 Focused Reading Notes 157

4 Quotes 161

5 Stations 165

6 Team Jeopardy 169

7 Seminar 177

11 Analysis and Critical Thinking 182

8 Classify 183

9 Frames 187

10 Believing and Doubting 192

11 Academic Controversy 197

12 Split-Room Debate 201

13 Analytic Teams 206

14 Book Club 211

15 Small Group Tutorials 215

12 Synthesis and Creative Thinking 219

16 Team Concept Maps 220

17 Variations 227

18 Letters 230

19 Role Play 234

20 Poster Sessions 241

21 Class Book 245

22 WebQuest 249

13 Problem Solving 253

23 What's the Problem? 254

24 Think Again! 258

25 Think-Aloud-Pair-Problem Solving (TAPPS) 261

26 Proclamations 266

27 Send-a-Problem 270

28 Case Studies 276

14 Application and Performance 280

29 Contemporary Issues Journal 281

30 Hearing the Subject 285

31 Directed Paraphrase 290

32 Insights-Resources-Application (IRAs) 293

33 Jigsaw 296

34 Field Trips 303

Category II. Techniques for Developing Learner Attitudes, Values, and Self-Awareness 307

15 Attitudes and Values 308

35 Autobiographical Reflections 309

36 Dyadic Interviews 313

37 Circular Response 318

38 Ethical Dilemmas 322

39 Connected Communities 326

40 Stand Where You Stand 330

16 Self-Awareness as Learners 333

41 Learning Logs 334

42 Critical Incident Questionnaire (CIQ) 338

43 Go for the Goal 343

44 Post-Test Analysis 348

17 Learning and Study Skills 352

45 In-Class Portfolio 353

46 Resource Scavenger Hunt 358

47 Formative Quiz 361

48 Crib Cards 365

49 Student Generated Rubrics 369

50 Triad Listening 374

Appendices

Appendix A: Courses/Disciplines from Examples 379

Appendix B: Key to SET Professor Names 385

Bibliography 391

Index 409
ELIZABETH F. BARKLEY is Professor of Music at Foothill College in Los Altos, California.??She is a nationally known scholar, educator, and consultant.

CLAIRE HOWELL MAJOR is a teacher, writer, and speaker with more than three decades of teaching experience in higher education.

E. F. Barkley, Foothill College, Los Altos, CA; C. H. Major, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL