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What was your                W = Worrisome. What do you find worrisome about this idea?                   The right design...
What was your                N = Need to Know. What else do you need to know or find out about it? What                add...
What was your                S = Stance, Steps, or Suggestions for Moving Forward. What is your current                sta...
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What is a Revolution?                   Inquiring through the disciplines TIC,                                 TAC, TOE   ...
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Homework                     Why is Inquiry based pedagogy a “Revolution”                     in education?               ...
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What is a Revolution?                             Inquiring through the disciplines                                     Gr...
What is a Revolution?                         Using the thinking keys...                       Observe the object, paintin...
What is a Revolution?                       As a table, review your definition of Revolution                       Is ther...
Exploring our tensions                    What questions do you have regarding                    Revolutions?            ...
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What does inquiry look                                     like?                       exploring, wondering and questionin...
What type of resources                             have we used during this                                     inquiry?  ...
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Thinking about Inquiry                                based pedagogy            Thinking about our discussions yesterday, ...
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How can we apply this                          to our own work?                      Think about all the discussions we ha...
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Thank you so much!                      It was a pleasure sharing this                      learning experience with you  ...
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  1. 1. Curriculum and Instruction Christianne Cowie de Arroyo December 14th and 15th Te ach er Tra in ing In st it u telunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  2. 2. What did we discuss? Are there any pressing issues/ questions/ ideas that arose during the week? Is there anything that needs to be clarified so far? Did you use any of the strategies we learned or applied any of the knowledge we discussed last week at school in any way? How did you do with the UdB unit? The GANAG lesson plan?lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  3. 3. What was your E = Excited. What excites you about this idea or proposition? It´s so much more interesting and leads to deeper learning. The idea of going deeper when planning a unit or lesson, it makes more sense when thinking about our thinking and teaching practices. Teachers can teach towards concept within a subject. It doesn´t seem so difficult to implement. Gives new ways for students to recognise their learning progress, I am really excited to continue working with thinking routines, Preparing myself to become a better teacher, it is great to be able to teach kids how to think because thats a tool for their whole lives, It is interesting to explore new ways of thinking and perspectives, it is a great way to identify how students are performing in class, Apply it in my school, loved the routines it is a way of helping students go further and understand, making thinking visible makes kids aware of their thinking (metacognition) and not just providing a final answer, Good thinking is not only a matter of skills but also dispositions, the way those models take into account higher level thinking skills.lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  4. 4. What was your W = Worrisome. What do you find worrisome about this idea? The right design of the unit and GANAG planning, really teaching towards an enduring understanding, how do I know they really got it? practice, if not implemented well some of the “requirements” may fallout, The implementation in my own school - how can I change the curriculum? the difference between concept and topics, a lot of information so I feel a bit confused, writing the big ideas or enduring understandings, applying those ideas into my lesson plans, how to make students feel successful, it is all very complex - I have to digest it, the time it takeslunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  5. 5. What was your N = Need to Know. What else do you need to know or find out about it? What additional information would help you? understanding my students needs, work with thinking routines ourselves before using the strategies with the students, understand the thinking routines, what protocol to use, difference between concepts and topics, how to apply this in a public school, learn to write generalisations or big ideas, how to effectively involve students in what is meaningful to them to understand, new ideas to make learning visible, get more practicelunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  6. 6. What was your S = Stance, Steps, or Suggestions for Moving Forward. What is your current stance on the idea or proposition? What steps might you take to increase your understanding of the issue? Be more aware and smart, it is a process, practice, how does it look like in a classroom with young children, complete a good plan, need to read more and feel more confident, I am just at the beginning, Apply it, see more examples, it will be useful in my classroom to lower anxiety and increase understanding, learn how to focus on big ideas and not just the small detailslunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  7. 7. What will be our agenda for this week? Date Content ✤What did we discuss? ✤Oral Presentations: Reggio Emilia, Inquiry based learning, Professional Learning Communities ✤Inquiry Based pedagogy ★ Inquiry as a stance on curriculum December ★Establishing a connection 14th and ★ Discussing and inquiring further ★Exploring primary sources and reflecting about the use of resources for Inquiry 15th ★ How is inquiry connected with everything we have done in this course? ✤ Wrapping up and reflecting on learning ★Exploring our beliefs ★ What have we discussed ★ Taking Action ★Final Reflections and course feedback Ef f Cla e c t i v s t r s s ro o e a te m gylunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  8. 8. What are our course Cou rs e S p ag y l l a b objectives? e 1 us Understand the basic principles of several different schools of thought and how they have influenced education. Plan and develop an academic unit using a variety of instructional models among them Backwards Design. Apply knowledge of Bloom´s taxonomy, Gardner´s multiple intelligences, Maslow´s Hierarchy and differentiated instruction to prepare lesson plans. Use research skills in order to complement the class readings and offer oral presentations. Describe the characteristics and steps involved in implementing a variety of instructional models. ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  9. 9. ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te g Oral presentations: Reggio Emilialunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  10. 10. Inquiry as a Stance on curriculum en ts or th e Inqu iry, in te rp re te d in th e broa de st se ns e, is th e proc es s in iti ated by st ud ing to a ne w te ache r th at mo ve s th e st uden ts from th eir cu rren t level of un de rs ta nd an d de ep er level of un de rs ta nding. y.. . Le t´s th in k ab ou t it wh ile we re ad th is st orlunes, 11 de febrero de 13
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  28. 28. Establishing a connection ve Think about a big change, transformation, revolution Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y you had in your life. (Professionally or Personally) s t r a te g Share with your table Why was it so meaningful or important to you? Did it transform your life? How? What are the repercussions to this day? Share with the whole group some commonalities among the different stories - Use your chart paper to recordlunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  29. 29. What is a Revolution? Inquiring through the disciplines TIC, TAC, TOE We will all watch the video You should all select a revolution from your country You choose another one according to your preferences ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  30. 30. ve Ef f e c t i What is a revolution? om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  31. 31. What is a revolution? ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te g Discuss with your group On a blank piece of paper, write your group´s definition of “Revolution” Be prepared to share with the whole grouplunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  32. 32. Homework Why is Inquiry based pedagogy a “Revolution” in education? Be ready to share your stand tomorrowlunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  33. 33. Good morning!lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  34. 34. What is a Revolution? Inquiring through the disciplines TIC, TAC, TOE We will all watch the video You should all select a revolution from your country You choose another one according to your preferences ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  35. 35. What is a Revolution? Inquiring through the disciplines Graffiti Board As you read, jot down ideas, visual images, etc. of your article on the graffiti board Once you finish, use the graffiti board as a tool to share your ideas with your group ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  36. 36. What is a Revolution? Using the thinking keys... Observe the object, painting, poem, etc. You were given. How is it like? (Form) How is it connected with a Revolution? (connection) What was it’s purpose or role during that particular revolution? (Function) How has it changed or how can it change our lives? (Change) Share with the whole group ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  37. 37. What is a Revolution? As a table, review your definition of Revolution Is there anything you would change, add, modify? Let´s discuss... ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  38. 38. Exploring our tensions What questions do you have regarding Revolutions? What particular revolution would you like to explore further? Why? What specific aspects of that particular revolution? ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te glunes, 11 de febrero de 13
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  40. 40. What does inquiry look like? exploring, wondering and questioning experimenting and playing with possibilities making connections between previous learning and current learning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happens collecting data and reporting findings clarifying existing ideas and reappraising perceptions of events deepening understanding through the application of a concept making and testing theories researching and seeking information taking and defending a position solving problems in a variety of ways.lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  41. 41. What type of resources have we used during this inquiry? What other resources could we use for this inquiry?lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  42. 42. What is a revolution? UdB Plannerlunes, 11 de febrero de 13
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  46. 46. ve Ef f e c t i om C l a s s ro y s t r a te g Oral presentations: Professional Learning Communities, Inquiry based Pedagogylunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  47. 47. Developing a PLClunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  48. 48. Inquiry as a Stance on curriculum en ts or th e Inqu iry, in te rp re te d in th e broa de st se ns e, is th e proc es s in iti ated by st ud ing to a ne w te ache r th at mo ve s th e st uden ts from th eir cu rren t level of un de rs ta nd an d de ep er level of un de rs ta nding. eo Le t´s th in k ab ou t it wh ile we watch th is vidlunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  49. 49. Above and Beyondlunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  50. 50. Thinking about Inquiry based pedagogy Thinking about our discussions yesterday, the learning experience on revolutions, the video we just saw and the article you read on Inquiry... What do you THINK about this proposal? What questions or PUZZLES do you have? What does the topic make you want to EXPLORE?lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  51. 51. Cou r p ag s e S y What was our course e 4 llab a n d us 5 outline? Date Content • Who are we and why are we here? General introductions, Course contents, overview and expectations. Session 1 • Learning about learning: Establishing personal connections with curriculum and instruction; learning November 2nd about learning (What do we mean by a brain compatible classroom? and Constructivism) • Where does curriculum fit in the bigger picture? Exploring curriculum models. Reflecting on the kind and 3rd of teachers we are – Standards and benchmarks. Session 2 • Oral presentations: Skinner, Piaget, Montessori, Freire, John Dewey, Vygotsky November 9th • Understanding by design – Establishing curriculum priorities and designing unit plans. • What do we mean by understanding? The six facets of Understanding and 10th Session 3 • Oral presentations: Brunner, Gardner, Johnson & Johnson, Carol Ann Tomlinson, Marzano, Jane E Pollock. November 16th • How can we differentiate instruction? Meeting learner needs and differentiation strategies • Instructional Planning and Delivery – looking at different planning models, Using the GANAG planning and 17th schemelunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  52. 52. Cou r p ag s e S y What is our course e 4 llab a n d us 5 outline? Date Content • Oral presentations: Maslow, Lynn Erickson (Concept based curriculum), Making thinking visible (David Session 4 Perkins and Ron Ritchhart) • Curriculum and Instruction for the Thinking classroom – Concept based instruction and Making November 30th thinking visible strategies, collaborative thinking strategies and Dec 1st • Using Bloom´s taxonomy to plan instruction – The new taxonomy revised, strategies and digital tools to use with the taxonomy • Oral presentations:, Inquiry based curriculum (Kathy Short, Kath Murdoch, etc.), Peter Senge, DoFour & Session 5 DoFour (Professional Learning Communities) December 14th • Inquiry based teaching: What do we mean by Inquiry? Designing strategies for Inquiry classrooms across the curriculum and 15th • Final Reflections: Course feedback and final reflectionslunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  53. 53. How can we apply this to our own work? Think about all the discussions we have had so far in this course. What courses of action would you like to take as an educator?lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  54. 54. End of course reflectionslunes, 11 de febrero de 13
  55. 55. Something to think about...lunes, 11 de febrero de 13
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  57. 57. Thank you so much! It was a pleasure sharing this learning experience with you all...lunes, 11 de febrero de 13

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