No matter how well you've crafted your lessons or how top-notch your adopted curriculum might be, you must still engage your students if they are to adequately assimilate your lesson content.
With Dr. Anita Archer's Active Participation DVDs, you will learn how to engage all students in your classroom, from star performers to struggling students. Students who actively participate in lessons improve both behavior and academic performance.
Learn specific instructional procedures and routines to:
Active Participation DVDs can be used both to introduce teaching staff to active engagement strategies and to serve periodically as a systematic review of engagement strategies for staff who are familiar with the concepts, but need a quick refresher.
Show the DVD on a large screen for whole-staff inservice or on a single computer for individual or small-group study sessions. Dr. Archer's presentations are equally as effective!
Please note that this DVD set is for elementary grades K-5. There is another version that is tailored to secondary-level instruction.
|Overview of the Active Participation Inservice: Introduction by Dr. Anita Archer||5:49|
|Session 1: Introduction to Active Participation||38:52|
|Session 2: Teaching Active Participation to Students||30:59|
|Session 3: Structured Choral Responses||25:02|
|Session 4: Partner Responses Part 1||36:40|
|Session 5: Partner Responses Part 2||19:45|
|Session 6: Individual Responses||27:21|
|Session 7: Putting It Together
(Choral, Partner, and Individual Responses
|Session 8: Written and Action Responses||35:29|
|Session 9: Passage Reading||37:54|
|Session 10: Summing It All Up||28:38|
Anita’s Active Participation strategies are engaging, powerful, and easy to implement. Teachers report improvements in academic performance and improved student behavior.
—Ann Watanabe and Karen Akiyama-Paik,
I have seen firsthand the positive impact of Anita's Active Participation. The changes that teachers make in their delivery of instruction not only benefit the students, but empower teachers to be even more effective and amazing educators. I believe her strategies have the power to change the way teachers teach and students learn.
Coach for NYS Striving Readers Project,
New York City Schools