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Exploring opportunities, complexities, and tensions when invoking students’ everyday experiences as resources in educational activities

2022-10-06T21:23:59+01:00Tags: , , , , |

Este artículo apunta a explorar en las oportunidades y complejidades de invocar las experiencias cotidianas del alumnado de secundaria en las actividades educativas escolares.   Referencia: Silseth, K; Erstad, O. (2022). Exploring opportunities, complexities, and tensions when invoking students' everyday experiences as resources in educational activities. Teaching and Teacher Education, Vol 112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2022.103633   Resumen This paper aims to critically explore the opportunities, complexities, and tensions of invoking students' everyday experiences as resources in educational activities. We analyze data from teacher interviews, instructional work in classrooms, and parent–teacher conferences taking place at a lower secondary school. The analysis shows how teachers [...]

Mere Engagement: Reflections about the Connections Between Online Learning, Student Agency, and Student Engagement

2021-06-14T10:58:47+01:00Tags: , , |

School leaders mustn’t lose sight of the need for student agency and student engagement as they contend with the myriad challenges posed by COVID-19. In fact, they must reimagine what agency and engagement can look like in cases when students are learning virtually and also when they are unable to connect. Mere Engagement: Reflections about the Connections Between Online Learning, Student Agency, and Student Engagement offers school leaders seven action steps to support students’ sense of mastery and ownership of their learning, along with promoting their sense of connection and belonging. The authors posit that in the face of the havoc [...]

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