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  • TEACHING AND LEARNING STANDARDS Laura Chambless St. Clair RESA Consultant www.protopage.com/lchambless
  • Agenda  Opening discussion  Teaching & Learning Standards  Using Higher Order Thinking verbs and questions  Watch teaching videos to find the Teaching & Learning Standards  Why are this so important?
  • Eric Mazur: Professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Harvard University “ I thought I was a good teacher until I discovered my students were just memorizing information rather than learning to understand the material. Who was to blame? The students? The material? The teacher?” What is the reason for your students not doing well? Vote
  • Learning Target  Evaluate the four standards of Teaching and Learning and reflect how you are using them in your classroom.
  • Four Standards for Authentic Teaching and Learning  What are they?  Where to find them?  Intent of standards?  Why we need them?
  • Make a Graphic Organizer  Make foldable –  Title: Teaching & Learning Standards  Label each corner     Higher Order Thinking Deep Knowledge Substantive Conversation Connections to Real World  Read: Four Standards for Authentic Teaching and Learning – handout by COOR ISD  Find:  3 points of information about each standard  3 examples of student using each standard
  • Hold a Debate- Defend Your Standard Finishing Question: (write on back of foldable) Which standard is the most important? Why Discuss in small groups each person reads and defends answer with evidence
  • How does the 4 standards change our teaching and student learning?
  • Analyzing MDE Videos  Visit Laura’s Protopage  http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140- 5235_53792-219150--,00.html  Pick Partner and watch same video  Pick a video according to your grade level.  Listen to video  Look at the lesson plan  Discuss PD questions with a partner
  • Analyzing 3 Ways Video  Engaging Students in Direct Instruction: https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/dire ct-instruction-lesson-tips  Watch video and take notes on the four Teaching and Learning Standards.  After video, make a generalization about the four standards.
  • Small Group Discussion about Video  Form groups of 3 and compare answers  Add other peoples answers to your page when needed  Come up with a group consensus for the generalization  Share consensus with another group
  • Why are Teaching and Learning Standards Important
  • Rigor/Relevance Framework C R I G O R High A Low Students reflect on the potential use of the new information as a solution Students seek information to answer question or solve problem D Students apply the information learned to answer the question or to solve the problem the B Students testthe relevancy of Low RELEVANCE information as it relates to the question or problem High
  • Rigor/Relevance Framework C R I G O R High Rigor Critical Thinking A Low D Motivation Creativity – Innovation Problem Solving B Acquisition of knowledge / skills Low RELEVANCE Relevancy Validation High
  • Rigor/Relevance Framework C R I G O R High Student Thinks Student Thinks and Works B A Low D Teacher Works Low RELEVANCE Student Works High
  • RIGOR MEANS FRAMING LESSONS AT THE HIGH END OF THE KNOWLEDGE TAXONOMY EVALUATION SYNTHESIS ANALYSIS APPLICATION COMPREHENSION KNOWLEDGE
  • Rigorous Lessons ask Students to: EXAMINE PRODUCE CLASSIFY DEDUCE GENERATE ASSESS CREATE PRIORITIZE SCRUTINIZE DECIDE
  • RELEVANCE IS THE PURPOSE OF THE LEARNING ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGE APPLY KNOWLEDGE INTERDISCIPLINARY REAL WORLD PREDICTABLE REAL WORLD UNPREDICTABLE
  • A Relevant Lesson asks Students to: USE THEIR KNOWLEDGE TO TACKLE REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS THAT HAVE MORE THAN ONE SOLUTION
  • Eric Mazur  “ I thought I was a good teacher until I discovered my students were just memorizing information rather than learning to understand the material. Who was to blame? The students? The material? The teacher?”  Who was to blame?
  • Learning Target  Evaluate the four standards of Teaching and Learning and reflect how you are using them in your classroom.
  • Ticket Out the Door  On the back of your evaluation, answer the following:  Now I know…  Now I am going to implement …