Engaging Students in their Learning

Teachers at Holy Spirit School in Sherwood Park share how the use of mini white boards provides opportunities for students to be deeply engaged in the assessment process.

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  • Mini-whiteboards can be easily constructed with minimal expense.
  • Students are engaged and able to take risks with their learning.
  • the teacher can immediately spot misconceptions and provide timely feedback.
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  • Engagement means more than simply keeping students interested; true engagement implies a level of commitment. How might mini-whiteboards contribute to student engagement in an upcoming lesson?