Send lit questions and web sites to Teachers. Ask them to bring a loaded stapler. Ask them to think about how they are managing STUDENT ACCOUNTABILITY. GIVE THEM AN AGENDA
Colleen introduce slide Liesl tells joke
Coleen Ask for a show of hands for each project choice to see who is interested and to identify potential partners. Ask WHY people chose their categories.
Look at resource packet “ Paired Share” – How might you use these ideas in other subject areas?
Show games and look in packet at games question prompts Colleen talks about number sentence on Moodle
Liesl makes tracer plates
Colleen Whip it for ideas of anchor activities
Show Moodle Site, examples of Forums. Demonstrate how to take photo of screen and use to post problems. Show site organization and how to create groups with different times/projects. Show ruler site for levels. Give time to copy and create.
Transcript of "Summer 09 Workshop"
Getting the Most from CORE EXTENSION August 6, 2009
“ Fairness doesn’t mean treating everyone the same way.”
20 Facets Ball Differentiate by readiness Make 20 leveled questions for students -teacher chooses who gets which question Differentiate by content Four groups create and answer 20 question/answers about a certain topic - Give One/Get One- How would you and your team use this open-ended vehicle to differentiate for your students?
Anchor Activities/Independent Study Contracts Anchors are a set of on-going, any time activities that students who are always finished first can do independently Independent study contracts also tie in to long term projects for these students Create a list of anchor activities with your team that you do at your grade level. Make a plan for ways you can share without recreating work.
How are we managing the Time and Student Accountability? *Share contract or “menu journal” ideas Ex: Date: Student or Teacher Choice (Circle) Activity/Game: My thinking:
Moodle is Your Best Friend! Forum discussions Organizing Sites to Create Flexible Groups Differentiating through leveled sites Having time to get started!