Category Archives: Measuring Student Engagement

Freedom to Teach, Freedom to Learn: A Year At Mission Hill

Chapter 3: Making it Real Dear readers, I watched chapter three of A Year At Mission Hill with a heavy heart, almost tearful.  The way in which educators teach and students learn at Mission Hill is exactly what I’ve viscerally yearned … Continue reading

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Beginning the School Year: Building a Strong Social and Emotional Foundation

Freedom to Teach, Freedom to Learn: A Year at Mission Hill Chapter 2: Beginning the Year Dear readers, As you will see in chapter two of A Year at Mission Hill, at the beginning of the school year the teachers … Continue reading

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“Engaged” Virginia Teacher Speaks Truth about Measuring Student Engagement

Dear Bill and Melinda, I can probably help you out with your research regarding student engagement. If the student is asleep because he stayed up all night listening to his father beat his mother, not engaged. If a student is … Continue reading

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