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  • Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Let’s Play Ball No Talking only Movement If another team uses a ball you have on your paper, cross it out. You may not use the same ball as another team. This will disqualify your team. Clockwise, each person will have the chance to get up and throw/catch a ball till the game ends. Warning!!!!! This game will move quickly Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Literacy Goals Revisited • Assess systematically to monitor the growth of all, identify strengths and weaknesses then differentiate based on needs • Utilize rigorous standards to create the 21st Century learner • Increase the quality and consistency of reading and writing instruction with a systemic highly research based cutting edge program • Robust instruction in vocabulary, comprehension, in critical thinking skills, how to engage and think about text as they read, problem-solve and draw connections between self-text, among texts, and text-world. Debbie Brown, 2014
  • 21st Century Skills Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Current Brain Research This generation struggles with: • Context • Transfer • Part to whole relationships • Inferential thinking Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Ownership of Mobile Media Platforms Increasing Exponentially 0-8 Years of Age 52% 21% 8% 41% 75% 27% 40% 63% Any Mobile Device IPOD Touch/Similar Tablet Smartphone 2013 2011 Common Sense Media Zero to Eight Children’s Media Research Study 2013Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Among 0-8 Year Olds, % Who Have Ever Used Mobile Devices Ever Used, 38% Never Used, 62% Ever Used, 72% Never Used, 28% 2011 2013 Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Children Are Accessing Ebooks Younger and Younger • Ebook Reading, By Age, 2013 Debbie Brown, 2014 9% 27% 39% Ages 0-1 Ages 2-4 Ages 5-8
  • Meeting the Call to Action Debbie Brown, 2014 21st Century Skills Foundational Skills Personalized Learning Path For Each Student
  • Assessment: Wellness Checks Debbie Brown, 2014
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  • On-Going Progress Monitoring Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Authentic Assessment Debbie Brown, 2014
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  • Focus Boards Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Close Reading Debbie Brown, 2014
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  • Elbow Partners 1. Find one or two elbow partners 2. Read the text on the next slide 3. Answer the essential question 4. Be prepared to share Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Inference John Fielder could have drowned on his way to work. His raft bumped over the rocks and pitched through rapids on the Dolores River in southwestern Colorado. Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Essential Question What do you infer from this text? John Fielder could have drowned on his way to work. His raft bumped over the rocks and pitched through rapids on the Dolores River in southwestern Colorado. Debbie Brown, 2014
  • NEW and INNOVATIVE: Math Piloted in K 2013-2014 Skills/Strategies of computation Fluency of skills Math vocabulary Ability to apply math to solve problems Use math in engaging ways connected to the world around them Debbie Brown, 2014
  • Blended learning Collaborative conversations with manipulatives Routines Work Stations Authentic assessment including verbal display of knowledge; self-check evaluation Multiple pathways to provide personalized learning experiences Debbie Brown, 2014
  • NEW: Research and Inquiry Lab Computer skills needed to engage in research Combined with Skills to determine appropriate sources plus time to actively research Debbie Brown, 2014
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3c6_Hzgqfmg Debbie Brown, 2014
  • STAY TUNED… While you are away on summer break, We will be planning to further innovate! In the fall we can’t wait to discuss… Interactive notebooks for literacy and math Questioning technique from Harvard Professors Aspirations and Gaudy Goals Continued personalized learning pathways Debbie Brown, 2014