Item #: 204222
Item #: 204223
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This series visits elementary and secondary classrooms for a close look at schools that use smart, purposeful engagement strategies to combat the effect poverty has on students and achievement. Viewers see teachers in their classrooms embrace the seven engagement factors from Jensen's book and make engagement a routine part of their classroom culture; hear from administrators and teaching coaches who explain how they make engagement a focus through professional development and school policy; and learn from the students who talk about their struggles and successes as they benefit from a fully engaged learning environment.
Length: 115 minutes
Copyright date: ©2014
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