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New Teacher Presentation by Carolyn Nixon New Teacher Presentation by Carolyn Nixon Presentation Transcript

  • YOU . . . are the chosen ones.
  • Willard R-II extends to you
    • the invitation.
  • 12:00 APPOINTMENT
    • “ A” begins.
    • Tell your partner about your favorite teacher. Describe the characteristics that made him/her an effective instructor.
  • If we are to become. . .
    • Lighters of candles
    • Igniters of fire
    • Beacons of hope
    • Champions of learning
  • I’m okay, you’re okay.
    • “ You can lead horses to water, but you can’t make them drink.”
  • Determined behaviorist. . .
    • “ With enough rewards and punishments the horses will do whatever we ask them.”
  • If the horses are dying. . .
    • buy a bigger whip.
    • move the horses to another pasture.
    • say, “This is the way we’ve always done it.”
    • visit other stables where they care for dying horses more efficiently.
    • blame the parents for poor breeding.
    • tighten the cinches.
  • Brain compatible practitioners . . .
    • “ How can I get these horses to eat?”
  • 3:00 APPOINTMENT
    • “B” starts.
    • What things would you consider/include when developing a “Brain Compatible” lesson plan?
  • Brain compatible learning involves. . .
    • social interaction as the basis of construction of meaning and cognitive change in the learner.
  • Brain compatible learning involves . . .
    • Carefully constructed lesson plans which include a variety of research- based learning strategies.
  • Brain compatible learning requires . . .
    • Learning targets stated in user-friendly language
    • Learner self-assessment
    • Descriptive feedback