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    Aet515 r2 instructional_plantemplate iii Aet515 r2 instructional_plantemplate iii Presentation Transcript

    • AET/515 Instructional Plan Template Carolyn A. Auzenne Instructional Plan Template | Slide 1
    • Needs Assessment 1. 2. 3. The district’s receiving feedback from principals indicating that new hired teachers are not aware of the district’s guidelines on instructional classroom and behavioral management. This problem shows lack of districts guidelines on teaching strategies that is interfering with learning the structure of the students causing low scoring on formal and standardized assessment. No course is available for incoming teachers new to the district regarding the district’s teaching guidelines for instructional classroom and behavioral management. The performance gaps identified and addressed the needs for a course.  Instructional Plan Template | Slide 2
    • Needs Assessment Cont. 4. The new hired teachers should be information on the establishment of the district’s guideline for instructional classroom and behavioral management in order to be effective teachers. Instructional Plan Template | Slide 3
    • Instructional Goal • The participants will examine classroom management techniques that support content, conduct, and covenant management concepts. • The participants will demonstrate methods that will encourage and establishing student’s self control and promoting positive student achievement and behavior.
    • Performance-Based Objectives Audience: • New Hired Teachers Measurable Behavior: • Classroom Activities, workbook , observation, quiz, and instructor Condition: • Participants will be able to define conduct instructional and behavioral management, and name associated skills to improve observable behaviors. • Participants will be able to demonstrate and evaluate techniques to address, and resolve discipline problems • Participants will be able to create classroom space, and develop materials and disciplinary plan, and determine which equipment that is appropriate to meet specific curriculum criteria.
    • Performance-Based Objectives Cont. Degree: • Participants will demonstrate plan created in workbook and how model which would be implement in the classroom • Participants will successfully pass a final quiz at the end of the course session and will be required to achieve a grade 85% or above
    • Summative Assessment and Learning Outcomes Summative Assessment • Observation • Classroom participation • Classroom discussion • Open-ended questions • Workbook assignments • End of the course quiz • PowerPoint presentation with interactive slides • Handouts with session sequences and slide content
    • Summative Assessment and Learning Outcomes Cont. Learning Outcome: The participants will learn •Instructional strategies •Students’ Learning styles •Create lesson plans and behavioral plan •Create and articulate rules and procedures that convey a sense of direction, order and meaningfulness for learning •How to keep students’ motivated •Provide a safe learning environment for students Instructional Plan Template | Slide 8
    • Learner Characteristics General Characteristics • 6 Females and 4 Males • Ages ranging from 22-51 • 0-15 of years work experience as a classroom teacher • All with Bachelor’s Degree and Education Certification • 3 with Master’s Degree • Diverse population Learning Style • Sociological learners • Visual • Kinesthetic Specific Characteristics • Prior knowledge from college courses and job related work experiences Instructional Plan Template | Slide 9
    • Learner Characteristics Cont. Implications plan: • Delivery instructor-led • Evaluation, mini lectures, handouts, workbook, and review • Classroom group activities, strategies and techniques • PowerPoint presentation • Case studies • Develop work plan • Discussions Instructional Plan Template | Slide 10
    • Learning Context (After reading the information below, delete and insert your information.) Instructional setting •Classroom setting •Instructrual led-course •Handouts with information on instructional classroom and behavioral management Application setting •Participants will review the district’s mission and goals regarding instructional classroom and behavioral management statement in workbook information learning context •Feedback information from the district’s regarding concerning from campus principals on new hired teacher not aware of the guideline regarding instructional classroom and behavior management Instructional Plan Template | Slide 11
    • Delivery Modality The effective delivery will be conducted in instructrual- led courses. This will give the participants the opportunity to network with the facilitators, to spontaneously ask questions, and share experience in a learning environment for the four days sessions that includes: • • • • Day 1: Evaluate Present Level of Classroom Management Skill Day 2: The Effective Teacher Day 3: Classroom Procedures, Rules, Consequences, and Rewards Day 4: Powerful Learning Instructional Plan Template | Slide 12
    • Instructional Strategies Participants will utilize the Smart Board to posting steps providing examples of problem the cause of behavior issues in the classroom. Participants will utilize Smart Board for classroom activities. Participants will practice situations and resolved issue with role playing in classroom activities and workbook assignments. Participants will understand the districts guidelines with informational handouts on organizational structure of text with classroom discussions. Instructional Plan Template | Slide 13
    • Plan for Implementation • • • • This delivery of this training will be conducted at the school district’s administration building. This will be a delivered as an instructor-led course This will be a four day training Participants involved would correspond via email of attendance of the four day course sessions Instructional Plan Template | Slide 14
    • Plan for Implementation • Individuals involved will be newly hired teachers to the district will be participating in the sessions • Conducted the facilitator Carolyn A. Auzenne Instructional Plan Template | Slide 15
    • Plan for Implementation Day 1: Evaluate Present Level of Classroom Management Skill 6 hour session Monday February 03, 2014 Time: 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM Break for Lunch resume 1:00 PM-4:00PM Day 2: The Effective Teacher 6 hour session Tuesday February 04, 2014 Time: 8:30 AM -1130 AM Break for Lunch resume 1:00 PM-4:00PM Day 3: Classroom Procedures, Rules, Consequences, and Rewards 6 hour session Wednesday February 05, 2014 Time: 8:30 AM -1130 AM Break for Lunch resume 1:00 PM-4:00PM Day 4: Powerful Learning 6 hour session Thursday February 05, 2014 Time: 8:30 AM -1130 AM Break for Lunch resume 1:00 PM-4:00PM Instructional Plan Template | Slide 16
    • Plan for Implementation Day 1: Evaluate Present Level of Classroom Management Skill • Activity (10 minutes)- to give participating teams guidance on how to apply and implement classroom management strategies • Day 2: (25 Minutes) to give participating teams an overview of effective, research-based classroom management strategies that can be used to meet the learning and behavioral needs. Instructional Plan Template | Slide 17
    • Plan for Implementation Day 3: Classroom Procedures, Rules, Consequences, and Rewards • Activity 3 (10 minutes) giving opportunity to reflect and demonstrate how their students behavior impacted their teaching instruction Day 4: Powerful Learning • Activity 4 (20 minutes) Giving Reflection on training. Using Smart Board to demonstrate what was learned in the class. Instructional Plan Template | Slide 18
    • Plan for Implementation Prior to application of the course, facilitators will need to ensure that the necessary equipment and materials are available for the participants based on the learning environment. Materials: •Pens/pencils •Note paper •Work Space (desk/table/chair) Instructional Plan Template | Slide 19
    • Instructional Resources (After reading the information below, delete and insert your information.) Handouts and Equipment: • Participant Guide Handouts • Agenda • PowerPoint/Captivate Summary (notes) • Course worksheets • Announcements & Discussions • PowerPoint • Smart Board Instructional Plan Template | Slide 20
    • Formative Assessment (After reading the information below, delete and insert your information.) • • • • • Classroom Observation Open-end-questions Classroom participation in Classroom Activities Quiz on the fourth day after completion Classroom summary of the course Instructional Plan Template | Slide 21
    • Evaluation Strategies Course is based on instructors’ evaluation, analyzing quiz, observation, classroom activities, and assignment. The participants’ survey gives little result for any type of changes. Instructor's personal survey will be evaluated on how well lesson and course was being implemented, taught and designed. Participants assignments and quiz will show accurate account on participants involvement in course and how it learned and taught. Instructional Plan Template | Slide 22
    • Outcome Review The course will be applied by using a rubric to evaluated course and instructor delivery of lesson based of the Performance Behavior Object of the project and the outcome of the participants' achievement in the course Instructional Plan Template | Slide 23
    • Recommendations Conduct further research on district’s guidelines for designing course and to have participants participate in more activities; have more input regarding what it needed to learn and implement instructional lesson and classroom management, and extend days for course for on going once a month until the end of the school year. Developing more elements for a well-managed, learning-ready classroom; planning strategic seating arrangements to maximize learning setting up. Have participants apply more tips and strategies with developing their own classroom management guide, one that matches their organization style and teaching environment Instructional Plan Template | Slide 24
    • References Chapter 12: Faculty Development. (n.d.). Retrieved January 17, 2014, from http://bhmed-emanual.org/book/export/html/108 KnowledgeByDesign - Evaluation Plan. (n.d.). Retrieved February 1, 2014, from http://knowledgebydesign.wikispaces.com/Evaluation+Plan Professional Development for Teachers. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2014, from http://www.asha.org/policy/RP2000-00131.htm Sheldon, K., & Rossett, A. (n.d.). Analysis. Retrieved February 4, 2014, from http://www.nwlink.com/~Donclark/analysis/analysis.html Three Types of Assessment. (n.d.). Retrieved January 14, 2014, from http://www.misd.k12.mi.us/departments/curriculum/instructionalservi ces/assessment/typesofassessment Instructional Plan Template | Slide 25
    • References Cont. Wax D. (2010). 10 Tips for More Effective PowerPoint Presentations . Retrieved February 1, 2014, from http://www.lifehack.org/articles/technology/10-tips-for-moreeffective-powerpoint-presentations.html Retrieved February 3, 2014, from http://www.washington.kyschools.us/doc/evaluation/specedteacheraddendum-evalform.pdf Instructional Plan Template | Slide 26