DAY 3BACKWARD DESIGN<br />BY:GUL GOKSEL- MUGE OZAY<br />
Teachers are designers  We are designers to diagnose student needs to guide are teaching and to determine whether we have ...
Backward Design , help teachers to clarify their goals but also results in a more sharply defined teaching and learning ta...
Stages in the Backward design progress:<br />Identify desired results.<br />Determine acceptable evidence.<br />Plan learn...
Using these standards help focusing during teaching and limited class time on the truly important aspects on the unit.<br />
Identify desired results.<br />Teachers must address the specifics of instructional planning<br /> - Choices about teachin...
The Six Facets of Understanding<br /> •can explain<br />•can interpret<br />•can apply<br />•have perspective<br />•can em...
Determine acceptable evidence<br /> As well assessment should include a culminating performance that demonstrates evidence...
Plan Learning Experiences and Instruction<br />Use "WHERE" to guide teachers on where to focus their effort<br />Where the...
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Day 3 Backward design

  1. 1. DAY 3BACKWARD DESIGN<br />BY:GUL GOKSEL- MUGE OZAY<br />
  2. 2. Teachers are designers We are designers to diagnose student needs to guide are teaching and to determine whether we have achieved our goals.<br />
  3. 3. Backward Design , help teachers to clarify their goals but also results in a more sharply defined teaching and learning target . So students perform better knowing their goal.<br />Are the best curricular design BACKWARD ?<br />
  4. 4. Stages in the Backward design progress:<br />Identify desired results.<br />Determine acceptable evidence.<br />Plan learning experiences and instruction.<br />
  5. 5. Using these standards help focusing during teaching and limited class time on the truly important aspects on the unit.<br />
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  12. 12. Identify desired results.<br />Teachers must address the specifics of instructional planning<br /> - Choices about teaching methods, sequence of lessons, and<br /> resource materials<br /> - AFTER identifying the desired results and assessments.<br />Teaching is a means to an end.<br />
  13. 13. The Six Facets of Understanding<br /> •can explain<br />•can interpret<br />•can apply<br />•have perspective<br />•can empathize<br />•have self-knowledge<br />
  14. 14. Determine acceptable evidence<br /> As well assessment should include a culminating performance that demonstrates evidence of understanding of the concepts of the unit.<br />
  15. 15. Plan Learning Experiences and Instruction<br />Use "WHERE" to guide teachers on where to focus their effort<br />Where the work is headed and the purpose<br />•Hook students with engaging work that makes them more eager to explore key ideas.<br />•Explore the subject in depth and equip students with required knowledge and skills explore the subject in depth .<br />•Rethink with students the big ideas; students rehearse and revise their work<br />•Evaluate results and develop action plans through self-assessment of results<br />
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