Authentic Instruction      Carey Monroe       Rose Romeo
Sample AssignmentExample 1                         Example 2• Students will research          • New Employee will join a  ...
Definition of Authentic InstructionExample 1                    Example 2• Teaching that emphasizes   • Teaching requiring...
Advantages of Authentic InstructionExample 1                           Example 2• Students will employ the          • Abil...
Limitations of Authentic InstructionExample 1                     Example 2• More planning time is       • Teachers (bosse...
Role of the TeacherExample 1                       Example 2• Coach and model for           • Able to provide constructive...
Role of the StudentsCarey                         Rose• Research                    • Analyze and Evaluate• Analyze data  ...
Authentic AssessmentsExample 1                     Example 2• Peer assessments and        • Productive/Effective Peer  rev...
Digital Tools for Authentic InstructionExample 1                   Example 2• Computers with internet   • Computers  acces...
Evidence of Effectiveness of A.I.Example 1                        Example 2• Authentic instruction          • Creative Sol...
Supplemental Reading ListExample 1                             Example 2• Educational Leadership              • Lombardi, ...
References• Newmann, F., & Wehlage, G. (1993). Authentic learning. Educational  Leadership, 50(7), 8-12. Retrieved from  h...
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Authentic Instruction

  1. 1. Authentic Instruction Carey Monroe Rose Romeo
  2. 2. Sample AssignmentExample 1 Example 2• Students will research • New Employee will join a successful businesses in the team in a globally U.S. and abroad established company• Students will compile a list • Employee will reach out to of 10 Rules to a successful multiple roles to consolidate business according to their information required by research findings. business group• Students will present these • Employee will post in findings to their peers using electronic reading room to a preferred web 2.0 tool. key stakeholders
  3. 3. Definition of Authentic InstructionExample 1 Example 2• Teaching that emphasizes • Teaching requiring applying content and – Motivation (especially processes in different relevance) contexts. – Application to the real world• Real world research and – Open ended solutions (Rule 2006) application to problem solving.
  4. 4. Advantages of Authentic InstructionExample 1 Example 2• Students will employ the • Ability to personalize the following: output – Higher order thinking skills • Ability to work individually – Real world problem solving and as a group skills • Personally motivating – Discussion skills – Collaboration with other students
  5. 5. Limitations of Authentic InstructionExample 1 Example 2• More planning time is • Teachers (bosses must be required by teachers. sensitive to waning• More preparation time for motivation materials. • Students must have a level• Implementation will take of maturity to appreciate longer for most value of bi directional assignments. problem-solving
  6. 6. Role of the TeacherExample 1 Example 2• Coach and model for • Able to provide constructive students feedback and remain a• Provide guiding questions motivator for research • Promote reflection and• Provide valuable feedback brainstorming for solutions• Include all students in the • Promote teamwork process• Give examples that draw on previous knowledge and experience of students
  7. 7. Role of the StudentsCarey Rose• Research • Analyze and Evaluate• Analyze data • Self reflection• Problem solving, decision • Working towards self- making improvement• Communicating results• Creating presentations• Demonstrating findings
  8. 8. Authentic AssessmentsExample 1 Example 2• Peer assessments and • Productive/Effective Peer reviews Review• Project rubrics • Implementation of all 4• Informal observations levels of the Kirkpatrick• Application of results to Model similar problem (Reaction, Learning, Behavi or, Results) (Kirkpatrick, p.21) (Kirkpatrick, 2006)
  9. 9. Digital Tools for Authentic InstructionExample 1 Example 2• Computers with internet • Computers access • Tablets• Blogs • Phones• Podcasts • Apps (both internal and• Forums external to company)• Wiki spaces
  10. 10. Evidence of Effectiveness of A.I.Example 1 Example 2• Authentic instruction • Creative Solutions cultivates: • Proposals for solving new – Motivation problems – Deeper understanding – Application of concepts – Effective work habits – Self directed learning
  11. 11. Supplemental Reading ListExample 1 Example 2• Educational Leadership • Lombardi, MM (2007) Authentic Learning for the 21st Century: An Journal Overview, Retrieved from http://net.educause.edu/ir/librar• Related Journal Articles: y/pdf/ELI3009.pdf on March – The effect of web 2.0 on 5, 2013 Teaching and Learning • Hilt, L (2011) What do we mean – Authentic instruction for 21st by authentic learning? Retrieved century learning from: – Overcoming obstacles using http://plpnetwork.com/2011/04/ 21/what-do-we-mean-by- authentic instruction: a authentic-learning/ on March comparative case study. 5, 2013
  12. 12. References• Newmann, F., & Wehlage, G. (1993). Authentic learning. Educational Leadership, 50(7), 8-12. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational- leadership/apr93/vol50/num07/Five-Standards-of-Authentic- Instruction.aspx• Byrne, R. (2009). The Effect of Web 2.0 on Teaching and Learning. Teacher Librarian, 37(2), 50-53.• Preus, B. (2012). Authentic Instruction for 21st Century Learning: Higher Order Thinking in an Inclusive School. American Secondary Education, 40(3), 59-79.• Rule, AC (2006) Editorial: The Components of Authentic Learning, Journal of Authentic Learning 3(1): 1-10.• Kirkpatrick, DL and JD Kirkpatrick (2006) Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels, 3rd Edition, Berrett-Koehler, San Francisco

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