0
The Importance of Long-Range
Planning
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Sarah Cress
Art Ed 4273
MoSPE Madness…
• Curriculum Brainstorm Share
• GoAnimate Standard Two Video
• Writing Prompt
• Standard Three Overview
• T...
Writing Prompt…
List your personal
short-term goals
for this month. List
your personal long-
term goals for this
year.
Standard Three…
Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long-
range planning and curriculum development. The...
Standard Three…
Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long-
range planning and curriculum development. The...
Starts with Looking at the Big Picture…
• Makes learning meaningful
for students
• Allows for deeper knowledge
acquisition...
Short-Term Goals…
• Short-term
goals are ones
students will
achieve in the
near future
(e.g., in a day,
within a week,
or ...
Short-Term Goals…
• What are
some
examples?
• What
standards
align with
short-term
goals?
Long-Term Goals…
• Long-term goals are ones students will achieve over a
longer period of time (e.g., one semester, one ye...
Long-Term Goals…
• What are some examples?
• What standards align with long-term goals?
Writing Prompt…
Prompt (3.1) Consider
your curriculum
brainstorm. What are you
long-term goals? What are
your short-term g...
How to Incorporate Standards…
The Top-Down Approach:
• The National Standards
• Common CORE
• The Show-Me Standards
• Miss...
Making Sense of the Mess…
Cress’ Approach to Standard-Based
Planning:
• Devise a planning system that
works for you
• Cons...
Making Sense of the Mess…
• Map out the media exploration
you would like to focus on within
those particular lessons
• Map...
Let’s Look at a Concrete Example…
While watching the following video jot down
your notions regarding the following:
• What...
Let’s Practice…
In pairs, devise a lesson plan both of you would
consider implementing during student teaching. It can
inv...
Standard Three…
Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long-
range planning and curriculum development. The...
Writing Prompt…
Writing Prompt (3.2)
Consider your secondary
curriculum brainstorm.
How will address the
needs of diverse ...
Standard Three…
Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long-
range planning and curriculum development. The...
Writing Prompt…
Writing Prompt (3.3) Consider your curriculum
brainstorm. When you teach this curriculum how will
you asse...
Artifact Brainstorm…
Now, let’s
brainstorm
some ways
we can
demonstrate
our newfound
knowledge.
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

MoSPE Three

176

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
176
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "MoSPE Three"

  1. 1. The Importance of Long-Range Planning Graduate Teaching Assistant, Sarah Cress Art Ed 4273
  2. 2. MoSPE Madness… • Curriculum Brainstorm Share • GoAnimate Standard Two Video • Writing Prompt • Standard Three Overview • The Relevance of Short-Term and Long-Term Planning and How to do it RIGHT • Making Sense of the Mess • Video of Cress in Action • Small Group Brainstorm • Writing Prompt (Considering Diverse Learners) • Writing Prompt (Assessment) • Artifact Brainstorm • Escape!
  3. 3. Writing Prompt… List your personal short-term goals for this month. List your personal long- term goals for this year.
  4. 4. Standard Three… Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long- range planning and curriculum development. The teacher develops, implements, and evaluates curriculum based upon standards and student needs. Quality Indicator 1: Implementation of curriculum standards Quality Indicator 2: Develop lessons for diverse learners Quality Indicator 3: Analyze instructional goals and differentiate instructional strategies
  5. 5. Standard Three… Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long- range planning and curriculum development. The teacher develops, implements, and evaluates curriculum based upon standards and student needs. Quality Indicator 1: Implementation of curriculum standards Quality Indicator 2: Develop lessons for diverse learners Quality Indicator 3: Analyze instructional goals and differentiate instructional strategies.
  6. 6. Starts with Looking at the Big Picture… • Makes learning meaningful for students • Allows for deeper knowledge acquisition • Challenges teachers to look beyond their scope and sequence • Prepares students more adequately for the broader world
  7. 7. Short-Term Goals… • Short-term goals are ones students will achieve in the near future (e.g., in a day, within a week, or possibly within a few months)
  8. 8. Short-Term Goals… • What are some examples? • What standards align with short-term goals?
  9. 9. Long-Term Goals… • Long-term goals are ones students will achieve over a longer period of time (e.g., one semester, one year, five years, or twenty years).
  10. 10. Long-Term Goals… • What are some examples? • What standards align with long-term goals?
  11. 11. Writing Prompt… Prompt (3.1) Consider your curriculum brainstorm. What are you long-term goals? What are your short-term goals? How will you help students achieve these goals? How will your goals as an instructor impact student learning?
  12. 12. How to Incorporate Standards… The Top-Down Approach: • The National Standards • Common CORE • The Show-Me Standards • Missouri DOKs • Missouri GLEs • Your Local District Standards • Your School Standards
  13. 13. Making Sense of the Mess… Cress’ Approach to Standard-Based Planning: • Devise a planning system that works for you • Consider a larger period of time (e.g. a semester or a full year) • Map out the themes you would like to focus on within that period of time • Map out the lessons you would like to focus on within those particular themes
  14. 14. Making Sense of the Mess… • Map out the media exploration you would like to focus on within those particular lessons • Map out the resources and historical and contemporary artists you would like to reference within each of those lessons • Take a close look at each individual lesson and consider which standards, GLEs and DOKs they address • Ask, “Am I doing my part?”
  15. 15. Let’s Look at a Concrete Example… While watching the following video jot down your notions regarding the following: • What learning occurred before this? • What learning will occur after this? • What are the short-term goals? • What are the long-term goals?
  16. 16. Let’s Practice… In pairs, devise a lesson plan both of you would consider implementing during student teaching. It can involve any assortment of media and technique and can be geared towards an age group of your choosing. • Summarize the lesson • Summarize your short-term goals • Summarize your long-term goals • List the standards you will address
  17. 17. Standard Three… Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long- range planning and curriculum development. The teacher develops, implements, and evaluates curriculum based upon standards and student needs. Quality Indicator 1: Implementation of curriculum standards Quality Indicator 2: Develop lessons for diverse learners Quality Indicator 3: Analyze instructional goals and differentiate instructional strategies.
  18. 18. Writing Prompt… Writing Prompt (3.2) Consider your secondary curriculum brainstorm. How will address the needs of diverse learners within this unit of instruction?
  19. 19. Standard Three… Standard #3: The teacher recognizes the importance of long- range planning and curriculum development. The teacher develops, implements, and evaluates curriculum based upon standards and student needs. Quality Indicator 1: Implementation of curriculum standards Quality Indicator 2: Develop lessons for diverse learners Quality Indicator 3: Analyze instructional goals and differentiate instructional strategies.
  20. 20. Writing Prompt… Writing Prompt (3.3) Consider your curriculum brainstorm. When you teach this curriculum how will you assess whether or not students are meeting goals and objectives? What will you do if students are not meeting goals and objectives? How will this regular assessment impact student learning?
  21. 21. Artifact Brainstorm… Now, let’s brainstorm some ways we can demonstrate our newfound knowledge.
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×