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  • 1. Photo Story of taps year in review 2009-1010<br />
  • 2. T.A.P.S. ( Teams for Assessment Performance and Standards ), an innovative idea of how to compact the curriculum!<br />Tuesday February 1, 2011<br /> 8:00-8:45<br />Room 230-232<br /> By:<br /> Sue Asencio - Technology Teacher<br />sasencio@cdeducation.org<br /> Kathy Dunkin – Reading Intervention/Academic Support<br />dunkin_kathy@mail.dublin.k12.oh.us<br /> St.Brigid of Kildare School<br /> 7175 Avery Rd.<br /> Dublin, Ohio 43017<br /> 614-718-5825<br />
  • 3. <ul><li>HERO FAIR PICTURES…</li></ul>Rubric for final link<br />
  • 4. 21st Century Wheel Alignment<br />Using graphic organizers on Kidspiration<br />Created brochures using Print Shop on the topic of reviewing the media and how heroes are depicted<br />Discovery Ed Writing<br />Prompts<br />Text to speech program w/ Read & Write Gold<br />Abolitionist assessmentusing interactive Response System<br />Wordle for characteristics of Heroes<br />Standards example<br />From Infohio 21st Century Skills – The Learning Commons<br />
  • 5. STUDENT TAPS EXIT QUESTIONS<br />What did you enjoy the most about TAPS?<br />How did it impact your learning? <br />What would you do to make the program better?<br />How did working in small groups benefit you or not?<br /> <br /> <br />What particular lesson stands out the most to you?<br /> <br />How do you feel about the integration of technology into these lessons?<br />Use of the Smartboard<br />Use of the microphone<br />Read & Write Gold<br />Research <br />Other ___________________________________________________<br />Name (optional) ___________________________________________________________<br /> <br />Thank you for your time and attention during this process.<br />Mrs. Asencio<br />Mrs. Dunkin<br />
  • 6. Quotes from students<br />Taught us different ways to learn<br />Helped me to find deeper meaning of things<br />Writing skills got better<br />Liked the integration of other subjects<br />Taught me to think outside of the box<br />Got to hear the thoughts of other people on certain topics because of the small group<br />Could express emotions<br />Deepened knowledge of heroes, and gave me the desire to be a hero in someone else’s eyes<br />
  • 7. Things that worked …<br />Standards were met, collaboration was done, students learned content, tech skills, artistic creations, they had a voice, camaraderie with fellow students and team leaders, and feedback from exit questions was valuable <br />And things that did not…<br />Timely unit plans for team teachers, some used technology and some did not, not all team leaders bought into the program, we did not collect data or do a exit survey for the team leaders involved on the program, needed to do a tech skills pre-assessment, work out better planning times<br />Where to go from here…<br />Build on the great aspects of the program. Share model ideas with the other grade levels, think and plan a possible K-8 curriculum map and how to attack it<br />
  • 8. “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.”Confucius<br />Remember that… <br /> Students retain:<br />10 percent of what they read<br />20 percent of what they hear<br />30 percent of what they see<br />50 percent of what they see and hear<br />70 percent of what they say<br />90 percent of what they say and do<br />Sandra Rief, 1993<br />
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  • 10. Communication Arts<br />I can:<br /><ul><li>Use language and speaking skills appropriate to audience, situation and purpose
  • 11. Apply speaking skills in increasingly sophisticated ways
  • 12. Establish and develop a controlling idea in persuasive writing
  • 13. Support arguments with detailed evidence
  • 14. Exclude irrelevant information in persuasive writing
  • 15. Cite sources of information in writing</li></ul>Social Studies<br />I can: <br /><ul><li>Explore historical and current events relating to Catholic teaching
  • 16. Discuss the role and teachings of the catholic church and how they call us to address the needs of others
  • 17. Identify the roles of individuals who helped to further or restrict the rights of the individual, including but not limited to the founding fathers, abolitionists, compromisers, Union and Confederate leaders, suffragettes.</li></ul>Science<br />I can:<br /><ul><li>Examine how science and technology have advanced through the contributions of many different people, cultures, and times in history</li></ul>Math<br />I can:<br /><ul><li>Use a variety of tools and strategies in problem solving
  • 18. Apply math knowledge and skills
  • 19. Use, create, and interpret scatter plots and other types of graphs
  • 20. Construct convincing arguments based on analysis of data and interpretation of graphs</li></li></ul><li>

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