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    EDU 323: Week 4 EDU 323: Week 4 Presentation Transcript

    • EDU323:Week 4Dr. Jennifer C. Walts
    • Agenda Welcome & Sharing Let’s talk about Graphic Organizers Graphic Organizers: How To… This Week Looking Ahead Questions? Food for Thought
    • Graphic Organizers Why bother? Let’s Discuss:  What does the research tell us?  For which learning styles do graphic organizers work best?  How can graphic organizers keep kids engaged?  How do graphic organizers help teachers share important information?
    • Graphic Organizers can… streamline information clarify concepts involve students with varying learning styles increase retention develop organizational skills shift learning from ho-hum to FUN!
    • Samples…
    • FactFact Main Fact Idea? Fact
    • Now, let’s do a couple… Check my website ~  Graphic Organizers  Primary Intermediate  Beehive  Chain of events  Main idea  Cluster
    • This Week FRIDAY: Reply to at least 3 classmates in the Discussion board SATURDAY: Post your original Graphic Organizer in the DropBox SUNDAY: Post your Week 4 Reflection in the DropBox
    • Looking Ahead to Week 5 Read and Research Parent Involvement Meet in Elluminate on Thursday We will make a newsletter Think about teamwork
    • Q & A:
    • Food for Thought"In a completely rationalsociety, the best of uswould be teachers andthe rest of us would haveto settle for somethingless."
--Lee Iacocca