ECAP PresentationBy April Daniels-Schluns
Research Questions• What are current strategies being used indesigning lesson activities?• What are methods used in lesson...
Audience•Honors English IIstudents (2 classes)•English II students (2classes)•Intermediate EnglishII students (1 class)
CompetencyModelKnowledge needed forcreativity:•Innovating•Process•ProductKnowledge needed forproblem solving:•Identify the...
EvidenceModelRubrics used to assessthree things:•Creativity•Problem solving•CollaborationScores arranged as follows:•Advan...
EvidenceContinuedRubrics pointvalue, based onskills:•Creativity – 20points•Problem solving– 20 points•Collaboration –24 po...
EvidenceContinuedEffective rubricsconsist of:•Detail skills to beevaluated•Clear and concisedefinitions•Strong strategy fo...
EvidenceContinuedRubrics mustproduce twothings:•Reliable results•Valid results(Stellmack,Konheim-Kalkstein, Manor,& Schmit...
Task Model•Short story unit•Introductory activity toinclude:•Sketched diagram•In-depth description•Will answer threequesti...
Task ModelContinuedVariations mayinclude:•Collaborationof ideas•Improvementof pre-existingproducts•Presentation•brochures
Promotion ofInnovationStudents are towork through:•Creation ofinnovativeideas•Problemsolvingmechanics ofideas
Promotion of 21stCentury LearningFurtherdevelopment ofskills:•Creativity•Problemsolving•Collaboration(if applicable)
Impact onLearning•Individual levels –demonstrate a higherlevel of learning•Group levels – betterequipped to worktogether•O...
Utilization ofKnowledge•Create effectivelesson activities•Foster developmentof four elements:•Critical thinking•Communicat...
Next Steps•Fostering of 21stcentury skills•Development of21st century skills•Create effectivelearning activities
ReferenceBlack, J., & Browning, K. (2011). Creativity in digital art education teachingpractices. Art Education, 64(5), 19...
Reference ContinuedRevere High School. (ND). School-wide rubric for creativity expression.www.revereps.mec.edu/reverehighs...
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  1. 1. ECAP PresentationBy April Daniels-Schluns
  2. 2. Research Questions• What are current strategies being used indesigning lesson activities?• What are methods used in lesson design usingstudent pre-assessment?
  3. 3. Audience•Honors English IIstudents (2 classes)•English II students (2classes)•Intermediate EnglishII students (1 class)
  4. 4. CompetencyModelKnowledge needed forcreativity:•Innovating•Process•ProductKnowledge needed forproblem solving:•Identify the problem•Brainstorm solutionsand strategies•Evaluate conclusions
  5. 5. EvidenceModelRubrics used to assessthree things:•Creativity•Problem solving•CollaborationScores arranged as follows:•Advanced components – 4points•Proficient components – 3points•Developing components –2 points•Beginning components – 1point
  6. 6. EvidenceContinuedRubrics pointvalue, based onskills:•Creativity – 20points•Problem solving– 20 points•Collaboration –24 points
  7. 7. EvidenceContinuedEffective rubricsconsist of:•Detail skills to beevaluated•Clear and concisedefinitions•Strong strategy forscoring(Reddy & Andrade,2010, p.435).
  8. 8. EvidenceContinuedRubrics mustproduce twothings:•Reliable results•Valid results(Stellmack,Konheim-Kalkstein, Manor,& Schmitz, 2009,p.102).
  9. 9. Task Model•Short story unit•Introductory activity toinclude:•Sketched diagram•In-depth description•Will answer threequestions:•What does creation looklike?•How is creation to beused?•What is the purpose ofthe creation on themarket?
  10. 10. Task ModelContinuedVariations mayinclude:•Collaborationof ideas•Improvementof pre-existingproducts•Presentation•brochures
  11. 11. Promotion ofInnovationStudents are towork through:•Creation ofinnovativeideas•Problemsolvingmechanics ofideas
  12. 12. Promotion of 21stCentury LearningFurtherdevelopment ofskills:•Creativity•Problemsolving•Collaboration(if applicable)
  13. 13. Impact onLearning•Individual levels –demonstrate a higherlevel of learning•Group levels – betterequipped to worktogether•Organizational levels– better equipped tosucceed in the future
  14. 14. Utilization ofKnowledge•Create effectivelesson activities•Foster developmentof four elements:•Critical thinking•Communication•Collaboration• creativity(Gordon, 2011,p.31)
  15. 15. Next Steps•Fostering of 21stcentury skills•Development of21st century skills•Create effectivelearning activities
  16. 16. ReferenceBlack, J., & Browning, K. (2011). Creativity in digital art education teachingpractices. Art Education, 64(5), 19-24.Crosby High School. (ND). Problem solving and critical thinking rubric.www.waterbury.k12.ct.us/chs/site/files/problemsolvingandcritical.docGordon, D. (2011). Return to sender. T.H.E. Journal, 38(3), 30-32.Greenstein, L. (2012). Assessing 21st century skills: A guide to evaluatingmastery and authentic learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.Kimber, K, & Wyatt-Smith, C. (2010). Secondary students’ online use andcreation of knowledge: Refocusing priorities for quality assessment andlearning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 26(5), 607-625.Plymouth Regional High School. (2010). 21st century school-wide learningexpectations. www.prns.sau48.org/aboutprhs/rubrics/5-PRHS%20Creativity%20Innovation%20Rubric.pdf
  17. 17. Reference ContinuedRevere High School. (ND). School-wide rubric for creativity expression.www.revereps.mec.edu/reverehighschool/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/sw_Rubric_Creative_Expression.pdfSteers, J. (2009). Creativity: Delusions, realities, opportunities and challenges.International Journal of Art & Design Education, 28(2), 126-138.Stellmack, M.A., Konheim-Kalkstein, Y., Manor, J.E., Massey, A.R., & Schmitz,J.A.P. (2009). An assessment of reliability and validity of a rubric for gradingAPA-style introductions. Teaching of Psychology, 36(2), 102-107.TeacherVision. (2013). Designing rubrics to fit assignments.www.teachervision.fen.com/rubrics/teaching-methods/6354.htmlUniversity of Wisconsin-Stout. (2011). Middle school and high schoolcollaboration rubric.www2.uwstout.edu/content/profdev/rubrics/secondaryteamworkrubric.html

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