Lesson Format Some lessons take more than one day All lessons are now in the structure of the Legacy Cycle
What is a Legacy Cycle? An instructional framework that incorporates findings from educational research on how people best learn. 4 centerednesses of How People Learn (HPL) Knowledge-centeredness Student-centeredness Assessment-centeredness Community-centeredness Legacy Cycle Challenge Generate Ideas Multiple Perspectives Research and Revise Test Your Mettle Go Public
Legacy Cycle Steps Challenge - Question that engages the students and requires them to look at current knowledge and preconceptions. Generate Ideas – An activity that causes students to display and compile their current knowledge/ideas/perceptions. Multiple Perspectives - Other resources that provide information related to the topic of the challenge. Research and Revise – Activities that students engage in to help students revise their original ideas based on new information Test Your Mettle – Formative assessments that enable students evaluate the depth of their learning Research and Revise. Go Public - Final conclusion(s) that students display. Legacy Cycle Challenge Generate Ideas Multiple Perspective s Research and Revise Test Your Mettle Go Public
Its your turn… Lesson 3 will be distributed Chris will give an overview of entire lesson You will do the Disability Awareness activity embedded in this lesson.
Lesson 3 Overview Main challenge: What features should your prosthesis include? Legacy cycle format 4 activities in Research and Revise Disability Awareness Activity Afghan, Culture, Geography, and Demographics Cross Cultural Comparisons Activity Artificial Limbs PowerPoint slides/discussion Extension Activities