USG Teaching and Learning Conference: Best Practices for Promoting Engaged Student Learning
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Thursday, April 14 • 8:00am - 8:45am
Highly Engaged Learning - How Can We Make It Happen?

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Julie Hentges, Elizabeth Dierking, Lesi Smart

During this session, presenters will provide student engagement techniques to encourage constructive time on task behavior. Conference attendees interested in promoting critical thinking and student engagement will appreciate the organized format of this session. Conference members will be encouraged to be active participants in this setting. The structured format of the session is designed to promote critical thinking which will enhance student engagement and achievement. Purposefully, the objective of this workshop is to provide conference attendees with solid take-away strategies; such as, total participation techniques appropriate for application in their classroom setting.

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Elizabeth Dierking

Instructor, University of Central Missouri
30+ years as an elementary teacher and 5 years as an instructor at UCM. Literacy coach and beginning teacher program facilitator. Training includes reading and writing workshop as well as presenter for using interactive graphic organizers as an instructional strategy.
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Dr. Julie Hentges

Associate Professor, University of Central Missouri
Dr. Julie Hentges, Associate Professor, University of Central, MO (UCM) is a certified teacher and a certified K-12 reading specialist in Missouri. Dr. Hentges holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Education as well as an earned Doctorate with an emphasis in teacher education... Read More →

Lesi Smart

University of Central Missouri

Thursday April 14, 2016 8:00am - 8:45am EDT
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