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  • EDUC 430 Digital Artifact folder Michael Jones
  • Background Knowledge This picture represents students’ background knowledge or “foundation”. Before scaffolding instruction, it is important to use your students’ background knowledge as your starting point of instruction ”Elevated Building Foundation," © 2008 Shustov, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-via Wikimedia Commons from Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AElevated_Building_Foundation.jpg
  • Scaffolding Scaffolding is an important teaching technique used to build upon students’ foundation of knowledge. ”Athens – Temple on Athena," © 2009 Giovanni Dall'Orto, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-via Wikimedia Commons from Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3A2499_-_Athens_-_Temple_of_Athena_Nike_being_restored__Photo_by_Giovanni_Dall'Orto%2C_Nov_11_2009.jpg This picture represents building from the foundation upwards, much the same as scaffolding in the classroom. View slide
  • Positive School Culture Culture is a critical aspect affecting student learning. “Welcome Sign,“© 2013 Michael Jones A school that can make students feel welcome, safe, and accepted enhances student productivity and positive attitudes. “Student Welcome Sign,“© 2013 Michael Jones View slide
  • Culture continued “Student Work,“© 2013 Michael Jones Displaying and celebrating student work can make students feel proud of their work and improve school culture.
  • Culture continued “Culture in BJHS,“© 2013 Michael Jones Part of creating culture is creating a school where everybody feels accepted and welcome as part of the school community and family.
  • Culture and History “Culture in History,“© 2013 Michael Jones “…culture captures a deeper meaning embedded in the history of that environment” (Stolp & Smith, 1995, p. 21)
  • Classroom Architecture Group Classroom,“© 2013 Michael Jones Classrooms that have groups of desks or tables maximize the opportunity for student-student interactions and group learning. When classrooms have visually appealing billboards or posters, it is more comforting to students and improves culture.
  • Classroom Architecture continued “Rows,“© 2013 Michael Jones Classrooms with rows of desks make student-student interaction more difficult.
  • Gymnasium Architecture A brightly lit gymnasium with murals and banners on the walls creates an excellent environment to learn in a physical education class. “Gymnasium,“© 2013 Michael Jones
  • Student and Teacher Interaction Student led groups that meet daily and include a teacher promote student and teacher interaction. “Student Groups,“© 2013 Michael Jones
  • Good Teaching http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPvNqJ0Ne60 In this clip, Darrell McClendon uses a technique called “handshake Q&A”. This technique is an effective way to not only test students on already covered material, but also to make a personal connection with them through a handshake and eye contact every day before class.
  • Good Teaching continued http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3brjHfb5Y4 Teachers at SFU use software such as “Poll Everywhere” to effectively manage their time in the classroom by gathering student opinions instantly using technology. This is an effective time management tool and keeps students engaged in the lesson.
  • Good Teaching continued http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhiCFdWeQfA This clip from the 1986 film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” demonstrates a more traditional style of teaching. This lecture style of teaching is not highly effective. Many students are not engaged in the activity. This teacher needs to attempt to make class more interesting and make personal connections with his students.
  • References Pictures used From Wikipedia Commons: Pictures Taken by Michael Jones (me): ”Elevated Building Foundation," © 2008 Shustov, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-via Wikimedia Commons from Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AElevated_Buildi ng_Foundation.jpg “Welcome Sign,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Athens – Temple on Athena," © 2009 Giovanni Dall'Orto, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-via Wikimedia Commons from Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3A2499__Athens_-_Temple_of_Athena_Nike_being_restored__Photo_by_Giovanni_Dall'Orto%2C_Nov_11_2009.jpg “Student Welcome Sign,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Student Work,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Culture in BJHS,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Culture in History,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Group Classroom,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Rows,“© 2013 Michael Jones YouTube Videos: “Gymnasium,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Classroom Management Tricks of the Trade: Handshake Q&A” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPvNqJ0Ne60 “Student Groups,“© 2013 Michael Jones “Engagement in the Classroom: Interactive Polling” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3brjHfb5Y4 Stolp, S., & Smith, S. C. (1995). Transforming School Culture: stories, symbols, values, and the leader's role. Eugene, Oregon: ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management. “”Anyone, anyone” teacher from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhiCFdWeQfA Quotes: