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Domain A4 – What Is It?
Staff Meeting (as needed)
Independent Work (AS TIME
ALLOWS)
 6.1 Demonstrate basic technology competencies through effective use of
multiple software applications
 6.2 Use existing...
Implement developmentally
appropriate learning activities for all
learners in order to build
confidence, knowledge, and s...
 Name several non-lecture ways to present
information to students
 Explain the pros/cons of various presentation
methods...
What we hope ever to do
with ease, we must learn
first to do with diligence.
Samuel Johnson
Creating or selecting teaching
methods, learning activities, and
instructional materials or other
resources that are appr...
 Creating or selecting teaching methods,
learning activities, and instructional
materials or other resources that are
app...
How many different ways can a
teacher present information without
lecturing?
Games, debate, group discussion, CNN Student...
 Pathwise, p. 14
o Highlight
• ¶1, L1-2, various…activities
• ¶2, L1, teacher-directed to student initiated
• ¶3, L1-2, i...
 Pathwise, p. 14
o Note
• Activity Goal – busy action
• Learning Goal – brain action
• Selection of resources is based on...
 Examines how various developmentally-
appropriate teaching methods are aligned with the
goals and objectives of the less...
 Describes how instructional materials and resources
are used to enhance the lesson
o YOUR or other instructional materia...
 Identifies and describes the use of technology to
reinforce the lesson’s developmental goals and
objectives
o What techn...
 Where do teachers find new, exciting, and
engaging ways to present information?
405 – Leave spaces between lines and
double spaces between ideas. Your
notes will be easier to review later.
406 – Copy ...
 Name several non-lecture ways to present
information to students
 Explain the pros/cons of various presentation
methods...
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  1. 1. Domain A4 – What Is It? Staff Meeting (as needed) Independent Work (AS TIME ALLOWS)
  2. 2.  6.1 Demonstrate basic technology competencies through effective use of multiple software applications  6.2 Use existing and emerging technologies to accomplish educational goals  6.4 Align curricular goals and instructional objectives with the capabilities of electronic media  9.1 Align instructional goals and activities with school and district priorities and with Ohio’s academic and technical content standards  9.3 Communicate clear learning goals, and link learning activities to those defined goals  9.4 Apply knowledge of how students think and learn to instructional design and delivery  9.5 Differentiate instruction to support the learning needs of all students  9.6 Select activities that are designed to help students develop as independent learners and complex problem solvers  9.7 Use resources effectively to enhance student learning  10.2 Collaborate with other teachers, administrators, school personnel and district staff  10.3 Collaborate with the local community and community agencies, when appropriate  12.6 Explain the developmental characteristics and intervention strategies for exceptional children and youth across education and community settings  13.5 Involve learners in self-assessment and goal setting to address gaps between performance and potential  14.4 Create learning situations in which students work independently, collaboratively and/or as a whole class
  3. 3. Implement developmentally appropriate learning activities for all learners in order to build confidence, knowledge, and skills
  4. 4.  Name several non-lecture ways to present information to students  Explain the pros/cons of various presentation methods  Describe technology that can assist teachers in presenting information to students
  5. 5. What we hope ever to do with ease, we must learn first to do with diligence. Samuel Johnson
  6. 6. Creating or selecting teaching methods, learning activities, and instructional materials or other resources that are appropriate to the students and that are aligned with the goals of the lesson o Creating or selecting o Methods (means and mode) o Appropriate o Aligned
  7. 7.  Creating or selecting teaching methods, learning activities, and instructional materials or other resources that are appropriate for the students and that are aligned with the goals of the lesson  What does A4 look like?  What does A4 sound like?
  8. 8. How many different ways can a teacher present information without lecturing? Games, debate, group discussion, CNN Student news, artwork, flashcards, demonstration, movie, group project, role play, reflection, current events, journal, nature walk, pictionary, individual white boards, board races, swat the spot, playdough, PowerPoint, Magic School Bus, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Inspiration
  9. 9.  Pathwise, p. 14 o Highlight • ¶1, L1-2, various…activities • ¶2, L1, teacher-directed to student initiated • ¶3, L1-2, instructional materials…the lesson • ¶4, L1-2, methods…each other o Circle • ¶1, L2, Methods • ¶1, L3, activities • ¶4, L3, developmentally appropriate • ¶4, L7-9, should accommodate…learning differences
  10. 10.  Pathwise, p. 14 o Note • Activity Goal – busy action • Learning Goal – brain action • Selection of resources is based on • Students • Content • Time • Available resources (money, space, etc.)
  11. 11.  Examines how various developmentally- appropriate teaching methods are aligned with the goals and objectives of the lesson o 3 or 4 different methods (NOT lecture) o Connect to appropriate developmental level (Piaget, Erikson, P/SE/C/M) o How each method connects to the learning goals and objectives of a lesson o Why is each example appropriate for these specific students? THEORY
  12. 12.  Describes how instructional materials and resources are used to enhance the lesson o YOUR or other instructional materials o How do these items engage learners, make learning “come alive”, address varied multiple intelligences, encourage HOTS? o How is the lesson better because of the specific instructional material? PRACTICE
  13. 13.  Identifies and describes the use of technology to reinforce the lesson’s developmental goals and objectives o What technology might a teacher use to present a lesson? o How is the technology age-appropriate? o Overhead, document camera, computer, white board, digital camera, clicker system, etc. o How does the technology connect to developmental levels (Maslow, Piaget, Erikson, Bloom)? PRACTICE
  14. 14.  Where do teachers find new, exciting, and engaging ways to present information?
  15. 15. 405 – Leave spaces between lines and double spaces between ideas. Your notes will be easier to review later. 406 – Copy down everything your professor writes on the board.
  16. 16.  Name several non-lecture ways to present information to students  Explain the pros/cons of various presentation methods  Describe technology that can assist teachers in presenting information to students
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