Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy Demonstrating Knowledge of Students Selecting Instructional Goals Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources Designing Coherent Instruction Assessing Student Learning2010. University of Texas/Texas Southmost College –Student Teaching Program-Supervisor/Mentor Observation Documentation. Revised: AJH 7-20-10
The teacher needs to understand the content to deliver effective instruction to all of the diverse needs of the students.
The teacher needs to know all of information about the students from their age, race, birthday, address, etc.
Goalsand objectives are set in place. http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=6148
Teacher must be knowledgeable of all resources that are made available. http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=6148
A teacher should have all materials ready at hand for the lesson.http://www.buygreenproducts.biz/buyproducts/buy-products-a-m/childrenandtoys/art-supplies
The teacher should be aware of how to assess the students in order to see if the students mastered the objectives.http://www.center4psy.com/Assessments%20&%20Testings.html
Fourstages of Teaching 1. Fantasy 2. Survival 3. Mastery 4. Impact
In this chapter, the teacher will learn how to increase student learning and apply it into their lesson. Learning the strategies in this chapter will help you use the time wisely rather than wasting time. The student will learn to use time effectively as well as learn the lesson that is being taught.