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Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011
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Burnaby Adult Ed Feb.2011

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  • Strategies embedded in content AND text-based collaborative learning
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    • 1. The 21st Century Adult Learner:what matters most in writing, communicating and vocabulary<br />Burnaby District Day<br />Feb. 25th, 2011<br />Faye Brownlie<br />www.slideshare.net<br />
    • 2. 21st Century Learning Skills<br />Critical thinking<br />Collaboration<br />Problem solving<br />Rotherham & Willingham, 2009<br />
    • 3. Frameworks<br />It’s All about Thinking – Brownlie & Schnellert, 2009<br />
    • 4. Universal Design for Learning<br />Multiple means:<br />-to tap into background knowledge, to activate prior knowledge, to increase engagement and motivation<br />-to acquire the information and knowledge to process new ideas and information<br />-to express what they know.<br /> Rose & Meyer, 2002<br />
    • 5. Backwards Design<br />What important ideas and enduring understandings do you want the students to know?<br />What thinking strategies will students need to demonstrate these understandings? <br />McTighe & Wiggins, 2001<br />
    • 6. The Gradual Release Model<br />Model<br />Guided practice<br />Independent practice<br />Independent application<br />Pearson & Gallagher (1983)<br />
    • 7. A Writing Strategy<br />1 minute story telling<br />30 second response<br />1 minute story telling<br />30 second response<br />3 minute write<br />Choose powerful line or phrase<br />Whip around<br />Criteria<br />
    • 8. Connecting/Processing Strategy:What’s In, What’s Out?(Reading 44, adapted by Paul Paling)<br />stomach squeezing<br />abdomen hungry<br />saliva ulcer<br />bolus tongue<br />gastric juices mucus<br />pepsin carbohydrates<br />muscles mechanical<br />
    • 9. Communicating Mathematically<br />Sit back to back with a partner<br />Partner A observes the diagram and describes it to partner B<br />Partner B draws what he hears Partner A describing<br />Reflect: what worked in the partnership? What didn’t? How can it be improved?<br />
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    • 11. References<br />Grand Conversations, Thoughtful Responses – Brownlie (2005). Portage and Main Press.<br />Student Diversity, 2nded(2006) – Brownlie and Schnellert. Pembroke Publishers<br />It’s All about Thinking – Humanities, Social Studies and English (2009) – Brownlie and Schnellert. Portage and Main Press.<br />Assessment Instruction of ESL Learners – Brownlie, Feniak, McCarthy. Portage and Main Press.<br />

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