ELM 535 GCU The Fostering Ownership of Learning and Motivation Analysis

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ELM 535

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It is crucial to show students how to take ownership of their learning in order to create lifelong learners, encourage student autonomy, and foster student independence. To promote student success, the teacher encourages engagement through motivation, and adjusts instruction based on information regarding learning needs and individual performance. Class work, homework, progress charts, class records, formative assessments, effective questioning, and classroom observations are examples of ways to monitor and document information that is relevant and significant to student learning.

Review the “Learning Plan Template” to complete this assignment.

Choose an elementary grade level math or English Language Arts (ELA) state standard and complete. Identify appropriate strategies for direct instruction, guided practice, and independent practice related to:

Engaging students in learning.

Guiding students to take ownership in their learning.

  • Tracking data of student performance.
  • Complete all parts of template as well as creating a newsletter
  • You have researched strategies that create student engagement through motivation in learning, and subsequent guidance of students towards ownership of learning. For this part of the assignment, create a newsletter you would use to inform parents about the process of fostering ownership of learning and how it will be implemented in the classroom to meet academic goals.

Your newsletter must include:

A definition of fostering student ownership.

The correlation between student engagement and ownership of learning.

Explanation of the relationship between motivation and engagement in helping students build self-direction and ownership of learning.

  • Two strategies for parents to use at home to foster this relationship.
  • Applicable research and a minimum of two resources for families to utilize

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Explanation & Answer

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Fostering Ownership
of Learning And
Engagement
Date

Student Engagement
Fostering Student Ownership
Fostering students' ownership entails motivating, engaging, and selfdirectedness among the students (Cook-Sather, 2020).
These attributes must be conducted with the essence of autonomy, choice, and
responsibility in the students' actions.
Generally, it is the stance of giving the students the room to make their decisions.
Students can get granted ownership through;



Empowering through honesty



Empowering with high expectations



Put them in charge of learning

Correlation
Between Students'
Engagement and
Ownership of
Learning
Engagement and
Ownership





Through doing and understanding, students get motivated to
improve their learning. Teachers and parents must cofacilitate this for a successful outcome of engagement and
ownership of learning.



When the students attain
ownership of their learning, they
get inclined to get highly
engaged.
It is fundamental to allow the
students to participate in their
learning to increase outcomes.
Ownership of learning accords
the students the courage to make
various decisions regarding
education.
Engagement and ownership help
elevate the rate of gaining
concepts.

Motivation and Engagement
Self-Direction and Ownership of Learning






Engagement is integral for active learning
Motivation facilitates the engagement of the
students in the classroom
Students with high motivation portray a high
engagement level in learning
For active engagement, it is necessary to know and
boost students' motivation
Ways of increasing motivation include;
a.
b.
c.
d.



Accord students a sense of control
Deploy positive competition
Assign students responsibilities
Establish threat-free environment

Engagement creates a sense of purpose,
belonging, and commitment that gives the
students the willpower to do their best.

Strategies to Foster
Relationship
Between Motivation
and Engagement

1.
2.

a.

Bibliography
Cook-Sather, A. (2020). Student voice across contexts:
Fostering student agency in today’s schools. Theory
into Practice, 59(2), 182-191.
DeSpain, S. N., Conderman, G., & Gerzel-Short, L. (2018).
Fostering family engagement in middle and
secondary schools. The Clearing House: A Journal
of Educational Strategies, Issues, and Ideas, 91(6),
236-242.
Prasetyawati, O. A., & Ardi, P. (2020). Integrating Instagram
into EFL Writing to Foster Student
Engagement. Teaching English with
Technology, 20(3), 40-62.

Ask students questions for self-reflection
Implement digital portfolios for the students at home


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Learning Plan Template
Contents
Part 1: Fostering Ownership of Learning ................................................................................. 2
Part 2: Learning Objectives Plan ............................................................................................... 4
Part 3: Learning Objectives versus Educational Goals............................................................ 6
Part 4: Assessment Plan .............................................................................................................. 8
Part 5: Qu...


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