Teachers In The Organizer RolesPresentation Transcript
The Teacher in the Organizing Role Dr. Francisco J. Brizuela
Competency 1 – Goal Setting
Competency 2 – Selecting Instructional Strategies
Competency 3 – Grouping Students
Various sources for school goals
Teacher goals vs. teacher roles
Basic components of an objective
Taxonomy of educational objectives
Selection and sequencing of instructional activities
Approaches for grouping students
Impact of student grouping in teaching
In order to complete this task you need to:
Examine your basic beliefs about teaching
Examine your basic beliefs about learning
Analyze and plan goals that relate to students’ affective, psychomotor, and cognitive development.
Sources of Goals
Subject Matter Specialists
Sound Light Temperature Design Environment Perceptual Intake (food) Time of the day Mobility Physical Peers Self Team Adults Sociological Motivation Responsibility Structure Persistence Emotional Elements Stimuli
Selecting Instructional Strategies
What am I going to utilize to meet my goals?
Do I know my teaching style?
Will my teaching style make me effective?
What about my instructional method?
How do I select my instructional strategies?
What is my Teaching Style? Academic Entertainer Quiet Coach Maverick Boomer Compulsive My Style?
Selecting Instructional Strategies Consider all these strategies My Strengths & Experiences My students’ needs & experiences Content & Objectives
Brizuela, F. (2008). Teaching for the American Society. Retrieved on March 25, 2009 from
McIntyre, D. J., O’Hair, M. J. (1996). The reflective roles if the classroom teacher. Wadsworth