Excerpt from The Rochford Review (p. 18, Recommendation 4) including extended definitions of Engagement

The CLDD project identified 7 areas of engagement for learning against which pupils can be assessed. These inter-related indicators can be used to inform the assessment of pupils with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties and to provide evidence of pupil progress. The different indicators should not be viewed in a strict hierarchical sense, but more as a guide for assessing a pupil’s effective engagement in the learning process.

The 7 areas of engagement can be used as an observational framework to monitor the varying ways in which, and degrees to which, a pupil demonstrates attention, interest and involvement in new learning. They provide the scaffolding that will enable a pupil ultimately to become autonomous in the acquisition of a new skill or concept.

Aspects of engagement

Excerpt from The Rochford Review (p. 18, Recommendation 4) including extended definitions of Engagement

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