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January 16, 2014 - A SAMPLE of MICRO LESSON Higher Thinking Skills through IT-Based Projects

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A SAMPLE of MICRO LESSON Higher Thinking Skills through IT-Based Projects LET'S TAKE THE JOURNEY TO HIGHER/COMPLEX THINKING SKILLS AND CREATIVITY for teaching-and-learning in an information age.((EDUC_TECH 2, Lesson 7 & 8), Paz I. Lucido,Ph.D. )

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January 16, 2014 - A SAMPLE of MICRO LESSON Higher Thinking Skills through IT-Based Projects

  1. 1. Lesson Outline Click to view the outline NEXT
  2. 2. NEXT
  3. 3. FOCUSING ORGANIZING INFORMATION GATHERING ANALYZING IMAGINING REMEMBERING DESIGNING GENERATING INTEGRATION EVALUATING activity sheet on last slide NEXT
  4. 4. Focusing Information gathering Remembering • defining the problem, goal/objective-setting, brainstorming • selection, recording of data of information • associating , relating new data with old
  5. 5. •identifying idea Analyzing constructs patterns •deducing, inducting, Generating elaborating Organizing •classifying, relating
  6. 6. •visualizing, Imagining predicting •planning, Designing formulating •summarizing, Integration abstracting
  7. 7. Evaluating •setting criteria, testing idea, verifying outcomes, revising
  8. 8. for higher learning outcomes consists in having the students work on projects with depth, complexity, duration and relevance to the real world. There is a tighter link between the use of projects for simply coming up with products to having the students undergo the process of complex/higher thinking under the framework of the constructivist paradigm.
  9. 9. refers to the thinking/affective/psych omotor process that occurs on the part of the learner. *The process is more important than the product.
  10. 10. The result of is all-important process consisting in possibly a summary, a poster, an essay, a term paper, a dramatic, presentation, or an
  11. 11. Output NEXT
  12. 12. creating the learning environment giving students the tools and facilitates, and facilitating learning NEXT
  13. 13. BACK NEXT
  14. 14. Flow of event: The teacher determines the topic for the examination of the class The teacher presents the problem to the class The students find information on the problem/questions. the central principle: to make the students go beyond the textbook and curriculum materials, etc.
  15. 15. THE LEARNING MODELS T R A D I T I O N A L teacher is expert and information provider teacher is guide and facilitator R E S O U R C E B A S E D
  16. 16. THE LEARNING MODELS TRADITIONAL LEARNING MODEL RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING MODEL activity sheet on last slide NEXT
  17. 17. THE LEARNING MODELS T R A D I T I O N A L textbook is key source of information sources are varied (print, video, Internet, etc.) R E S O U R C E B A S E D
  18. 18. THE LEARNING MODELS T R A D I T I O N A L focus on facts; information is packaged in neat parcels focus on learning inquiry/quest/disc overy R E S O U R C E B A S E D
  19. 19. THE LEARNING MODELS T R A D I T I O N A L the product is the be-all and end-all of learning emphasis on process R E S O U R C E B A S E D
  20. 20. THE LEARNING MODELS T R A D I T I O N A L assessment is quantitative assessment is quantitative and qualitative R E S O U R C E B A S E D
  21. 21. kinds of skills and abilities 3 5 keys to develop creativity
  22. 22. Analyzing Synthesizing Promoting
  23. 23. Define the task Judge the ideas Brainstorm Act Adopt flexibility
  24. 24. Two Different Approach NEXT Instructive tool Communication tool
  25. 25. This creativity project may be too ambitious as a tool in the teachinglearning process. NEXT
  26. 26. click the image to view
  27. 27. • make decisions about what to put into the project, • how to organize information, • how to package the outcomes for presentation, and the like.
  28. 28. guides and facilitates the learning process
  29. 29. END Activity Sheets Click me Thank you…. 

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