Triggers: Instructional Strategies for Student Understanding

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Teaching can be complex, but educational strategies to ignite powerful student learning do not have to be. This webinar explored an instructional tool to add to your existing “tool belt” that will guarantee to increase learner understanding, motivation, and worthwhile engagement.
• Experience Trigger strategies first hand in an engaging webinar format.
• Learn how higher-level thinking skills are naturally developed in students as a result of using these strategies.
• Discuss the “do’s and don’ts” of implementing Trigger strategies to ensure highest impact and true differentiation for each student.

View the full recording and download additional resources at http://www.schoolimprovement.com/resources/webinars/triggers-instructional-strategies-webinar/

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Triggers: Instructional Strategies for Student Understanding

  1. 1. This  webinar  was  held  on  March  14,  2013.  You  can  view  the  recording   and  download  any  addi>onal  resources  on  our  website.  Click  here.  Triggers:  Instruc.onal  Strategies   for  Student  Understanding  
  2. 2. School  Improvement  Network  Welcome!  Jacqueline  Loiacono,  Educa.on  Consultant    
  3. 3. Available  for  Download:    Instruc.onal  Triggers  
  4. 4. Available  for  Download:    Process  Skills  Descriptors  
  5. 5. School  Improvement  Network   Fill  out  the  brief  survey  at  the  end   of  this  webinar  for  a  chance  to  win   a  free  Learning  Targets  Classroom   Poster  Set,  featured  in  this   webinar.   Also  available  for  purchase  for  $49.95  at:     hOp://www.schoolimprovement.com/store/product.php? p=Learning_Framework_Poster_Set_BOLSLPK    
  6. 6. Big Rock Concept Measurement Concept Pattern Unit Guiding Question(s) How are units of measurement used in daily life?
  7. 7. School  Improvement  Network  Learning  360  Framework    
  8. 8. School  Improvement  Network  Learning  Targets   ü  Engage  in  an  instruc>onal  strategy,   Triggers   ü  Make  connec>ons  between  this   learning  strategy  and  higher-­‐level   thinking  skills   ü  Describe  implementa>on  strategies   for  guaranteed  impact        
  9. 9. School  Improvement  Network  Essen.al  Ques.ons   How  do  we  design  for  true  student   engagement?        
  10. 10. School  Improvement  Network  Design  with  inten.on    
  11. 11. School  Improvement  Network     Evanescent  -­‐      adj.  to  disappear  or  slowly  fade  away.        
  12. 12. School  Improvement  Network  Key  Ques.ons     •  Which  answer  is  correct?   •  What  accounts  for  the  differences  in  responses?   •  How  does  this  impact  student  engagement?   WHAT  IS  TRUE  STUDENT  ENGAGEMENT?????    
  13. 13. HOW  DO  WE  TEACH  PROCESS  SKILLS??  
  14. 14. Available  for  Download:    Process  Skills  Descriptors  
  15. 15. Available  for  Download:    Instruc.onal  Triggers  
  16. 16. School  Improvement  Network     Evanescent  -­‐      adj.  to  disappear  or  slowly  fade  away.        
  17. 17. School  Improvement  Network  Color  Associa.on     RED   JUSTIFY/SUPPORT       BLACK       ORANGE  
  18. 18. School  Improvement  Network  Acros.c   1.  Brainstorm  all  words   and  phrases   associated  to  word   2.  Create  Acros.c   3.  LeOer  may  appear  at   any  point  within  word  
  19. 19. School  Improvement  Network     Evanescent  -­‐      adj.  to  disappear  or  slowly  fade  away.        
  20. 20. School  Improvement  Network  Equa.on  __________________+________________________=EVANESCENT        _________________-­‐________________+_____________=  EVANESCENT        ________________________X  ______________________=EVANESCENT  
  21. 21. School  Improvement  Network  Trigger  Implementa.on     Step  1   Step  2   Step  3   Step  4  Introduce                                                                                                         Apply  Content                 Connec.ons   Model  Have   Model,  model,   Students  use   See  connec>ons  inten>onal   model  with  non-­‐ Triggers  to  show   between  Triggers  conversa>ons   content  material.   content   and  higher-­‐level  and  provide  a   understanding.   thinking  Skills  Triggers  sheet.   (Metacogni>on).  
  22. 22. School  Improvement  Network  Why  do  Triggers  Work?     MOTIVATION       ü  Doable   ü  Prac.cal    STUDENT  CHOICE   ü  Valuable  
  23. 23.  School  Improvement  Network   Summarize  the  points  a   speaker  makes  and  explain   how  each  claim  is  supported   by  reasons  and  evidence.  
  24. 24. School  Improvement  Network  •  Reading Key Ideas and Details:Determine a theme or central idea of a textand analyze its development over thecourse of the text, including its relationshipto the characters, setting, and plot; providean objective summary of the text.
  25. 25. School  Improvement  Network  Learning  Targets   ü  Engage  in  the  instruc>onal  strategy,   Triggers   ü  Make  connec>ons  between  this   learning  strategy  and  higher-­‐level   thinking  skills   ü  Describe  implementa>on  strategies   for  guaranteed  impact        
  26. 26. School  Improvement  Network  Essen.al  Ques.ons   How  do  we  design  for  true  student   engagement?        
  27. 27. School  Improvement  Network   Fill  out  the  brief  survey  at  the  end   of  this  webinar  for  a  chance  to  win   a  free  Learning  Targets  Classroom   Poster  Set,  featured  in  this   webinar.   Also  available  for  purchase  for  $49.95  at:     hOp://www.schoolimprovement.com/store/product.php? p=Learning_Framework_Poster_Set_BOLSLPK    
  28. 28. School  Improvement  Network  Would  you  like  to  learn  more?     Classroom  resources:   hXp://www.schoolimprovement.com/store/ products.php?page=Learning-­‐360-­‐Framework     To  learn  more  about  on-­‐site  training:   •  800-­‐572-­‐1153   •  Kristen.stoddard@schoolimprovement.com    
  29. 29. To register for upcoming webinarsor to find the recordings frompast webinars hosted bySchool Improvement Network,please visit our website:http://www.schoolimprovement.com/resources/webinars/

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