All Hands-On Deck! Leslie Grahn, World Language Resource Teacher Howard County Public Schools lgrahn@hcpss.org.

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  • All Hands-On Deck! Leslie Grahn, World Language Resource Teacher Howard County Public Schools lgrahn@hcpss.org
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  • Create todays agenda
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  • Participants will 1. Build on knowledge about merits of hands-on learning 2. Explore resources and tools for creating hands- on activities. 3. Plan for implementing hands-on activities. Session Outcomes
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  • Do students feel engaged in school?
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  • 2009 High School Survey on Student Engagement http://ceep.indiana.edu/hssse/index.htm
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  • Quotes from the 2009 HSSSE I like attending school. I work hard in my classes. But I would like them to be a little more interesting, interactive. Many teachers don't understand that people learn in different ways. I like hands on things and group projects because they help me focus and really feel excited and I interact more. It makes me want to learn and (makes) the material that I'm learning interesting. I like attending school. I work hard in my classes. But I would like them to be a little more interesting, interactive. Many teachers don't understand that people learn in different ways. I like hands on things and group projects because they help me focus and really feel excited and I interact more. It makes me want to learn and (makes) the material that I'm learning interesting.
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  • Turn to a partner and talk about how hands-on activities appeal to multiple multiple intelligences. http://classroomchoreography.files.wordpress.com
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  • Qualities of Hands-On Learning Total learning experience Enables students to become critical thinkers Students are actively engaged Activates both the semantic and episodic memories Reinforces skills Total learning experience Enables students to become critical thinkers Students are actively engaged Activates both the semantic and episodic memories Reinforces skills www.ncrel.org
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  • Student Engagement Observation Forms www.education.ky.gov
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  • Lets Get Engaged Wiki http://letsgetengaged.wikispaces.com/
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  • Lets get some hands-on experience with some hands-on activities 1.Examine the models and analyze how they are made. 2.Think of an example of how you might use them. http://foldables.wikispaces.com/Workshops
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  • Hands-On Activity Centers 1. Triangle Spinner 2. Foldables 3. Sliding Strips 4.Spinner5.Cube6.Fortuneteller 7.SmooshBook 8.VocabularyPuzzle9.Dominoes
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  • Lets Get Engaged Wiki http://letsgetengaged.wikispaces.com/
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  • Hands-on Electronic Templates
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  • Find someone with a matching star and share!
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  • Reflection How might hands-on activities enhance your practice and engage your students? mrdooley.blogspot.com
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  • http://2010fallconfresources.wikispaces.com
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  • All Hands- On Deck! Leslie Grahn, World Language Resource Teacher Howard County Public Schools lgrahn@hcpss.org All images unless otherwise indicated taken from Microsoft Clipart Gallery http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/default.aspx

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