- xix, 204 pages ; 24 cm.
- Contents note continued: In the classroom: How can we encourage students to work in the aesthetic world when working alone and in groups? -- The following appendices can also be found on the product page at our website: http://hein.pub/EngagingChildren.Contents note continued: The importance of reflecting on intellectual urgency What is intellectual urgency and how does it lead to engagement? -- In the classroom: What does intellectual urgency look like in a whole-class setting? -- ch. 6 Emotional Resonance -- Classroom setting: Conferences -- What is emotional resonance and how does it lead to engagement? -- In the classroom: What does emotional engagement look like in the classroom? How do we recognize and discuss engagement in a student conference? -- ch. 7 Perspective Bending -- Classroom setting: Small groups -- What is perspective bending and how does it lead to engagement? -- In the classroom: How do we structure small groups conducive to perspective bending? -- A conversation with Jessica Lifshitz -- ch. 8 The Aesthetic World -- Classroom setting: Individual work -- What is an aesthetic world and how does it lead to engagement? --Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Let Me Entertain You! -- What does it take to motivate? Rethinking our existing beliefs about engaging children -- In the classroom: Distinguishing between compliance, participation, motivation, and engagement -- ch. 2 All In: What It Means to Be Engaged -- What does it mean for ourselves and our students to be engaged? -- In the classroom: How do we begin a conversation with students about engagement? -- ch. 3 An Invitation to Engagement: Conditions in the Engaged Classroom -- What are the essential conditions for engagement in the classroom? In the classroom: Students speak out about engagement -- ch. 4 Pillars of Engaged Learning -- How should we think about engagement? -- Intellectual urgency -- Emotional resonance -- Perspective bending -- The aesthetic world -- In the classroom: How might students take responsibility for their own engagement? -- ch. 5 Intellectual Urgency -- Classroom setting: Whole class --Includes bibliographical references.