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  • 1. Good morning!domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 2. ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te g Oral presentations: Johnson & Johnson, Carol Ann Tomlinson,domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 3. What is the last step in Understanding by Design? Stage 3 : Plan learning experiences and instructiondomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 4. How do we plan learning experiences and instruction? With clearly identified results (enduring understandings) and appropriate evidence in mind, educators can now plan instructional activities Plan%learning% Step%3%% experiences% and% instruc1on%domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 5. Stage 3 Plan%learning% Step%3%% experiences% and% instruc1on%domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 6. How do we plan learning experiences and instruction? What knowledge and skills will students need to perform effectively to achieve desired results? What learning engagements will equip students with the knowledge and skills? How can you equip your students with the necessary attitudes to complete the summative task? Step%3%% Plan%learning% experiences% and% instruc1on%domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 7. Where to? Plan%learning% Step%3%% experiences% Page and% 13 instruc1on%domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 8. How can we apply this to our own work?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 9. Page 12 - 14domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 10. How do we plan instruction? Taking into account the W.h.e.r.e. t.o... acronym plan stage 3 of your unit. Which strategies could you use? Step%3%% Plan%learning% Page experiences% and% 13 - 14 instruc1on%domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 11. g Log ar nin on Le Re f le c t i What new tensions do you have after this session on understanding by design and differentiated instruction?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 12. Freedom Writers Movie snippet Divide a piece of paper into 4 parts he r As yo u watch th e mo vie an d th e ne ws re po rt, th in k ab ou t wh y wa s th is te ac lke d so fa r? succ es sf ul? Ho w do es it re late to wh at we have tadomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 13. The real peopledomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 14. Let´s think about it! Why was this teacher successful? In which ways, what she did with her students relates to everything we have been talking in our course? If you had to choose... What was the crucial moment in this teacher´s practice?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 15. G.A.N.A.G. of yo ur ‘To be gin w ith th e en d in mi nd me an s to st art w ith a cle ar un de rs ta nding ta nd de st in at ion . It me an s to kn ow wh ere yo u’re go ing so th at yo u be tter un de rs e right direc tio n.’ wh ere yo u are no w so th at th e step s yo u ta ke are al ways in th Ste ven R. Coveydomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 16. It is always important to have a Goal! Think about... What is your Goal as a teacher?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 17. The big 4domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 18. How can teachers improve student learning? Know and use learning targets, ones that are robust generalisations or procedures, not simply daily classroom objectives or activities Plan and use instructional strategies that work to help the learner remember and apply information and skills, not just do schoolwork Use varied assessment strategies to provide important feedback to help the learner accomplish the learning targets, not just evaluate them Use data to give methodical feedback to individual students, verbally, in writing, and in succinct reports, in order to improve learningdomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 19. Learning Targets The curriculum is developed with clearly articulated learning targets. These learning targets are robust concepts, generalisations, or procedures. Where do we get those from? Where do they fit in our planning? In which ways have we discussed this aspect so far in this course?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 20. Instructional strategies Plan for Delivery Plan and use instructional strategies that will allow the learner to remember content and apply information and skills rather than just do school work. This will assist students to retain information for longer periods of time We will look at a model...domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 21. Assessment Vary the assessment methods used to clarify the understanding of the learners relative to the learning target. Using assessment to generate information with will assist the learner in achieving the learning targets. What have we discussed so far regarding assessment?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 22. Feedback Criterion based feedback Giving the learner specific feedback based on the learning targets. Developing a method of grading and record-keeping that demonstrates the learners progress in meeting the learning targets. Think about your last week in school... What feedback have you given? Did you receive any?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 23. What is effective feedback?domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 24. What is effective feedback? Jigsaw reading: Each table has one article regarding feedback. Read and discuss your article. Decide on what aspects are important to share with the wider group ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te gdomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 25. What is effective feedback? Once you have decided on what and how to share, form mixed groups with at least one person reading each article. Each one shares and as a group decide on a list of important aspects regarding effective feedbackdomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 26. What is the role of feedback in the learning cycle? Refinement%of% Access%prior% understanding% knowledge% Outside% Input:%New% evalua8on% teaching% Self% Prac8ce% TC l Assessment% P e M oddomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 27. Assignments and readings for next session: Oral presentations: Marzano, Maslow, Lynn Erickson (Concept based curriculum), Making thinking visible (David Perkins and Ron Ritchhart) 3rd Learning Log due (Blog, electronic, paper, etc) Readings: (there is a folder called required readings) Making thinking visible – Perkins & Richhart Designing & Assessing Educational Objectives – Marzano Chapter 1 Curriculum and instruction for the thinking classroom – Chapter 2 Bring: Your Finished UdB unit and a draft of your first GANAG lesson plan. If you want me to give you feedback on any send it to me by Friday. ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te gdomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 28. Exit card Traffic light: Think about our course so far... Red – an area you feel you still have to work in order to understand Yellow – Something you have been able to understand but believe you still have to continue inquiring into Green – Something you are very clear ve about Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te gdomingo, 18 de noviembre de 12
  • 29. See you in two weeks!domingo, 18 de noviembre de 12