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  • 1. ECAP PresentationBy April Daniels-Schluns
  • 2. Research Questions• What are current strategies being used indesigning lesson activities?• What are methods used in lesson design usingstudent pre-assessment?
  • 3. Audience•Honors English IIstudents (2 classes)•English II students (2classes)•Intermediate EnglishII students (1 class)
  • 4. CompetencyModelKnowledge needed forcreativity:•Innovating•Process•ProductKnowledge needed forproblem solving:•Identify the problem•Brainstorm solutionsand strategies•Evaluate conclusions
  • 5. EvidenceModelRubrics used to assessthree things:•Creativity•Problem solving•CollaborationScores arranged as follows:•Advanced components – 4points•Proficient components – 3points•Developing components –2 points•Beginning components – 1point
  • 6. EvidenceContinuedRubrics pointvalue, based onskills:•Creativity – 20points•Problem solving– 20 points•Collaboration –24 points
  • 7. EvidenceContinuedEffective rubricsconsist of:•Detail skills to beevaluated•Clear and concisedefinitions•Strong strategy forscoring(Reddy & Andrade,2010, p.435).
  • 8. EvidenceContinuedRubrics mustproduce twothings:•Reliable results•Valid results(Stellmack,Konheim-Kalkstein, Manor,& Schmitz, 2009,p.102).
  • 9. Task Model•Short story unit•Introductory activity toinclude:•Sketched diagram•In-depth description•Will answer threequestions:•What does creation looklike?•How is creation to beused?•What is the purpose ofthe creation on themarket?
  • 10. Task ModelContinuedVariations mayinclude:•Collaborationof ideas•Improvementof pre-existingproducts•Presentation•brochures
  • 11. Promotion ofInnovationStudents are towork through:•Creation ofinnovativeideas•Problemsolvingmechanics ofideas
  • 12. Promotion of 21stCentury LearningFurtherdevelopment ofskills:•Creativity•Problemsolving•Collaboration(if applicable)
  • 13. Impact onLearning•Individual levels –demonstrate a higherlevel of learning•Group levels – betterequipped to worktogether•Organizational levels– better equipped tosucceed in the future
  • 14. Utilization ofKnowledge•Create effectivelesson activities•Foster developmentof four elements:•Critical thinking•Communication•Collaboration• creativity(Gordon, 2011,p.31)
  • 15. Next Steps•Fostering of 21stcentury skills•Development of21st century skills•Create effectivelearning activities
  • 16. ReferenceBlack, J., & Browning, K. (2011). Creativity in digital art education teachingpractices. Art Education, 64(5), 19-24.Crosby High School. (ND). Problem solving and critical thinking rubric.www.waterbury.k12.ct.us/chs/site/files/problemsolvingandcritical.docGordon, D. (2011). Return to sender. T.H.E. Journal, 38(3), 30-32.Greenstein, L. (2012). Assessing 21st century skills: A guide to evaluatingmastery and authentic learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.Kimber, K, & Wyatt-Smith, C. (2010). Secondary students’ online use andcreation of knowledge: Refocusing priorities for quality assessment andlearning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 26(5), 607-625.Plymouth Regional High School. (2010). 21st century school-wide learningexpectations. www.prns.sau48.org/aboutprhs/rubrics/5-PRHS%20Creativity%20Innovation%20Rubric.pdf
  • 17. Reference ContinuedRevere High School. (ND). School-wide rubric for creativity expression.www.revereps.mec.edu/reverehighschool/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/sw_Rubric_Creative_Expression.pdfSteers, J. (2009). Creativity: Delusions, realities, opportunities and challenges.International Journal of Art & Design Education, 28(2), 126-138.Stellmack, M.A., Konheim-Kalkstein, Y., Manor, J.E., Massey, A.R., & Schmitz,J.A.P. (2009). An assessment of reliability and validity of a rubric for gradingAPA-style introductions. Teaching of Psychology, 36(2), 102-107.TeacherVision. (2013). Designing rubrics to fit assignments.www.teachervision.fen.com/rubrics/teaching-methods/6354.htmlUniversity of Wisconsin-Stout. (2011). Middle school and high schoolcollaboration rubric.www2.uwstout.edu/content/profdev/rubrics/secondaryteamworkrubric.html