Levels of Learner EngagementLearner engagement is defined by student involvement in the classroom and in learning including authentic engagement, strategic compliance, ritual compliance, retreatism, and rebellion stages. Authentic engagement occurs when the task, activity, or work the student is assigned is associated with a result that has clear meaning and immediate value to the student.
Levels of Engagement [2.2]
Task, activity or assigned work for student is associated with a result that has clear meaning and immediate value to the student. They are involved with and engaged in the task.
Students are performing tasks (with a good attitude) while continuously instructed or directed by the teacher.
The student sees little meaning or value in the assigned task but will complete the assigned task in order to avoid negative consequence.
The student is disengaged from the task, expends little or no energy attempting to comply with the demands of the task or teacher, but does not act in ways that disrupt others.
The student refuses to do the tasks and activities to which the student is committed or those assigned or supported by the school and by the teacher.