The location immediately to the right of this note is reserved for “Stories from IPI Schools.” These are stories and reflections from classroom teachers, IPI Team members, and school leaders who have used the IPI Process for studying student engagement in their respective schools. These stories describe the successes, the challenges, the frustrations, and/or the failures of the IPI Process in a school or a district. If you are a classroom teacher, a member of your school's IPI Team, a principal, a district administrator, or a regional/state support leader and you would like to share your experiences with the IPI, type your story, save it as a Word document, send it to me as an attachment (
). I will be pleased to share your school’s experiences with the IPI on this website. The most appropriate length is between 500 to 1000 words.
As noted, the most recently posted “story from an IPI school” is printed immediately to the right of this home page section. Prior “Stories from IPI Schools” can be read by selecting the Website Archives drop-down menu. Thank you for sharing your experiences with the IPI process for studying student cognitive engagement.