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Creative and Innovative Lesson Presentation for Meaningful Teaching and Learning

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  • 1. Creative and Innovative Lesson Presentation for Meaningful Teaching and Learning From Concept to Classroom Delivery
  • 2. Approaches to Instruction
    • Brain Based Learning: enhancing information processing by instructional scaffolding
      • Do all of my students know how to make sense of this source of information ? (reception)
      • Do all of my students know how to manipulate the information in the way I am asking them to (transformation)
      • Do all of my students know how to produce information in the format I am requesting (production)
  • 3. Remember
    • Between spoon feeding learners and allowing learners to sink or swim is instructional scaffolding
    • Do 20% scaffolding that would address 80% of student inefficiency
    • Scaffold less as learners internalize structures and skills
    • “ The best teacher is one who becomes useless to the students in the end.”
  • 4. Inquiry Based Learning
    • “Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers”
    • Voltaire
    • Inquiry: not just asking questions
    • Considers:
        • Context
        • Framework
        • Focus
        • Levels
  • 5. Inquiry Based Learning
    • Traditional Teaching
    • Seeking right answers to questions
    • What we know
    • Learning about technology
    • Inquiry-based Teaching
    • Seeking appropriate resolutions to questions or issues
    • How we come to know
    • Using technology to enhance learning
  • 6. Inquiry Based Learning
    • Traditional Teaching
    • Recipient of knowledge
    • Assess mastery of content
    • Concerned with in -school success
    • Closed System Classroom and Textbook
    • Lesson Plan
    • Inquiry-based Teaching
    • Construction of Knowledge
    • Assess content understanding and skills development
    • Life Long learning
    • Open System connecting learning to world communication via technology
    • Facilitation Plan
  • 7. Sample Questions
    • Traditional
    • What are the names and sizes of earth layers?
    • What is hop-hop music
    • In what year was Lincoln killed?
    • Inquiry-based
    • Who has gone below in the depths of the earth?
    • How come we know that there are earth layers?
    • What musical styles does hop-hop draw from
    • What factors caused his assassination
  • 8. ESA Lesson Sequences Engage Study Activate Engage Study Activate Engage Activate Study
  • 9. Insight
    • “The best tools are in the hands of those who use them.”
    • “We cannot do great things , only little things with great love.” Mother Theresa