Week 3B: The Art and Science of Teaching

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Week 3B: The Art and Science of Teaching

  1. 1. Curriculum: The Art & Science of Teaching Week #3: Synthesis of New Knowledge
  2. 2. Stage 4: Plan Learning Activities and Instruction Unit Lesson Opener EDES 340 Presentations
  3. 3. Planning Learning Activities: Think WHERETO: W Where are we going? Why? What is expected? O How will we organize and sequence the learning? H How will we hook and hold student interest? WHERETO T How will we tailor learning to varied needs, interests, styles? E How will we equip students to explore and experience? R How will we help students rethink, rehearse, revise, and refine? E How will students self-evaluate and reflect on their learning?
  4. 4. Do your plans honor all of the multiple intelligences?
  5. 5. Aim for the Bottom of the Pyramid
  6. 6. Do your plans honor the best instructional strategies? The Engagement Cube
  7. 7. Do your plans honor the best instructional strategies?
  8. 8. 20 Instructional Strategies To Engage the Learner Graphic Organizers Problem Based Learning Writing and Reflection Role play/Drama/Charades Brainstorming Summarizing and Notemaking Field Trips Technology Debates Visualization Visuals Games Movement Storytelling Humor and Celebration Manipulatives/Models Music, Rhythm, Rhyme & Rap Mnemonic Devices Cooperative Learning Drawing and Artwork By Marcia Tate
  9. 9. Tate S I D E S Marzano Bennett Strategic Instructional Design to Engage Students FLOW = Engagement Silver
  10. 10. F L O W Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, Flow: The Optimal Experience
  11. 11. Designing the Instructional Unit: Outcomes Content Instructional Strategies Learning Product Intelligence/ Learning Style
  12. 12. Shifting “Curricular” Paradigms Traditionalism Progressivism 1. Where do you put “constructivism” and “behaviorism”? 2. Where would you put “junior high philosophy” and “middle school philosophy? 3. Where would you put “teacher directed curriculum” and “student directed curriculum”? 4. What have been the patterns in Canada’s history? 5. Where are we in Alberta? The rest of the World? 6. Where would you put “YOU”? 7. Thinking Differently for the Future: Sir Ken Robinson http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
  13. 13. Interview Skills for Education Students 20
  14. 14. Interview Skills for Education Students 21
  15. 15. Curriculum: The Art & Science of Teaching

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