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Sarah Cress, graduate teaching assistant, facilitates students' understanding of MoSPE One.

Sarah Cress, graduate teaching assistant, facilitates students' understanding of MoSPE One.

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  • 1. Helping Students to See Beyond the Walls Graduate Teaching Assistant, Sarah Cress Art Ed 4273
  • 2. MoSPE Madness!! • GoAnimate Video Showcase • Standard GoAnimate Expectations • Writing Prompt • MoSPE Standard One • Inquiry Based Learning • Inquiry Based Brainstorm • Writing Prompt • Interdisciplinary Learning • Interdisciplinary Lesson Activity • Writing Prompt • Remaining Quality Indicators • What’s Next
  • 3. GoAnimate Video Showcase… Let’s take some time to review the wonderful GoAnimate videos we have created so far.
  • 4. Standard Videos… Each of you will create a short, informative standard video utilizing GoAnimate. Your script may be serious or comical. You are completely free to make all creative decisions on your own.
  • 5. Writing Prompt… Prompt 2 (1.3): In what ways do you conduct research? How will you teach students to become researchers?
  • 6. Standard One… Standard #1 Content knowledge, including varied perspectives aligned with appropriate instruction. The teacher understands the central concepts, structures, and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students. Quality Indicator 1: Content knowledge and academic language Quality Indicator 2: Student engagement in subject matter Quality Indicator 3: Disciplinary research and inquiry methodologies Quality Indicator 4: Interdisciplinary instruction Quality Indicator 5: Diverse social and cultural perspectives
  • 7. Standard One… Standard #1 Content knowledge, including varied perspectives aligned with appropriate instruction. The teacher understands the central concepts, structures, and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students. Quality Indicator 1: Content knowledge and academic language Quality Indicator 2: Student engagement in subject matter Quality Indicator 3: Disciplinary research and inquiry methodologies Quality Indicator 4: Interdisciplinary instruction Quality Indicator 5: Diverse social and cultural perspectives
  • 8. Standard One… Standard #1 Content knowledge, including varied perspectives aligned with appropriate instruction. The teacher understands the central concepts, structures, and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students. Quality Indicator 1: Content knowledge and academic language Quality Indicator 2: Student engagement in subject matter Quality Indicator 3: Disciplinary research and inquiry methodologies Quality Indicator 4: Interdisciplinary instruction Quality Indicator 5: Diverse social and cultural perspectives
  • 9. Inquiry Based Learning… • Seeking through questioning • Placing information into the context of a conceptual framework • Focused on how things are organized, how things change, how they interrelate and how we communicate about these elements
  • 10. Inquiry Based Learning… • More student centered with the teacher as a facilitator of learning • More emphasis on “how we come to know” and less on “what we know” • Students are more involved in the construction of knowledge through active involvement
  • 11. Inquiry Based Learning Assessment… • Focused on determining the progression of skill development in addition to content understanding • Concerned with in-school success, but also concerned with the preparation for life- long learning
  • 12. Inquiry Based Learning Activity… Create a wish list of characteristics for the “life-long learner.” What characteristics must such a person possess?
  • 13. Inquiry Based Learning Activity… Now consider how you would teach these skills in the art classroom space.
  • 14. Artifact Brainstorm… How can we demonstrate our knowledge for this quality indicator?
  • 15. Standard One… Standard #1 Content knowledge, including varied perspectives aligned with appropriate instruction. The teacher understands the central concepts, structures, and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students. Quality Indicator 1: Content knowledge and academic language Quality Indicator 2: Student engagement in subject matter Quality Indicator 3: Disciplinary research and inquiry methodologies Quality Indicator 4: Interdisciplinary instruction Quality Indicator 5: Diverse social and cultural perspectives
  • 16. Writing Prompt… Prompt 3 (1.4): Your principal has just asked you to team up with the social studies teacher in your building. Quickly brainstorm an interdisciplinary lesson.
  • 17. Interdisciplinary Learning… “Interdisciplinary: a knowledge view and curriculum approach that consciously applies methodology and language from more than one discipline to examine a central theme, topic, issue, problem, or work.” - Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • 18. Interdisciplinary Learning… • Helps create meaningful links across the fields • Challenges students to engage in higher order thinking skills • Can create a sense of collegiality and enthusiasm among teaching peers • Naturally excites and motivates students by presenting material in a differentiated way
  • 19. Interdisciplinary Based Learning Activity… Each of you will be provided a specific age group to focus on. Using the UMSL Lesson Plan Template, map out a lesson that would be exciting and engaging for your future student clientele which also includes the additional subject arenas mentioned. Share your brainstorm on the appropriate discussion board.
  • 20. Artifact Brainstorm… How can we demonstrate our knowledge for this quality indicator?
  • 21. Standard One… Standard #1 Content knowledge, including varied perspectives aligned with appropriate instruction. The teacher understands the central concepts, structures, and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students. Quality Indicator 1: Content knowledge and academic language Quality Indicator 2: Student engagement in subject matter Quality Indicator 3: Disciplinary research and inquiry methodologies Quality Indicator 4: Interdisciplinary instruction Quality Indicator 5: Diverse social and cultural perspectives
  • 22. Writing Prompt… Prompt 4 (1.5): True or false, your future students will represent diverse social and cultural perspectives. How will you learn about these differences? How will you help children learn about one another’s differences? How will you embrace such differences in a way that impacts student learning?
  • 23. Artifact Brainstorm… How can we demonstrate our knowledge for this quality indicator?
  • 24. Standard One… Standard #1 Content knowledge, including varied perspectives aligned with appropriate instruction. The teacher understands the central concepts, structures, and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students. Quality Indicator 1: Content knowledge and academic language Quality Indicator 2: Student engagement in subject matter Quality Indicator 3: Disciplinary research and inquiry methodologies Quality Indicator 4: Interdisciplinary instruction Quality Indicator 5: Diverse social and cultural perspectives
  • 25. Content Knowledge and Academic Language… • In what ways have you prepared as an artist? • In what ways have you prepared as an educator? • How will your preparation impact student learning?
  • 26. Artifact Brainstorm… How can we demonstrate our knowledge for this quality indicator?
  • 27. Standard One… Standard #1 Content knowledge, including varied perspectives aligned with appropriate instruction. The teacher understands the central concepts, structures, and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students. Quality Indicator 1: Content knowledge and academic language Quality Indicator 2: Student engagement in subject matter Quality Indicator 3: Disciplinary research and inquiry methodologies Quality Indicator 4: Interdisciplinary instruction Quality Indicator 5: Diverse social and cultural perspectives
  • 28. Student Engagement… • In what ways do you ensure student engagement? • What is one section of the UMSL lesson plan template that really focuses on student engagement?
  • 29. Artifact Brainstorm… How can we demonstrate our knowledge for this quality indicator?
  • 30. What Now? • Draft your first standard reflection in a Google Doc named accordingly (Sarah Cress - Standard One). • Share your Google Doc with one peer before it’s due date next week. This peer will provide preliminary feedback for you via “Comments.” • On the due date share your REVISED Google Doc with your instructor (sncp63@mail.umsledu and sarahcress@gmail.com). She will provide additional suggestions for growth.