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CLIR-PLAN-ER: An Instructional Design Model
Curricular Objectives Learner Characteristics Integration/Multiple Literacies ResourcesPlan InstructionEnactment/SharingReflection
Curricular Objectives –Map to curriculum –Learning Problem –Pose essential questions –Essential understandings: So what? Home
Learner Characteristics –Prior knowledge –Gaps in knowledge –Interests/passions –Student questions –Special needs –Readiness –Motivation –Learning Styles Home
Integration/Multiple Literacies –Cross discipline –Authentic learning –Current events –Social action –Citizenship Home
Resources –Experts –Technology (audio/visual) –Venue visits –Print resources –Manipulatives Home
Plan Instruction 5 Ws and How? Resources Projects/tasks, investigations Demonstrations, simulations, practice, application, integration Instructional 'hook' Assessment - Formative, summative Home
Enactment/Sharing Publicizing of learning Enactment/reflection of/on social action Celebration Home
Reflection –Summative Evaluation –What worked? –What didn't work? –Why? Why not? –What gaps remain? –Where do we need to go? Home
E-Portfolios Cheryl Chapman Instructional/Web Designer.
Getting to the Heart of Assessment & Evaluation OLA Conference 2010 Usha James and Jo-Anne LaForty OISE/UT.
Post 16 Citizenship Liz Craft Valuing progress Celebrating achievement.
Understanding by Design Stage 3 Understanding by Design Professional Development Workbook by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins Classroom Instruction that Works.
Using the problem-finding, problem-solving model to present this issue.
Differentiated Instruction (DI) Meets Understand by Design (UbD) UB EDUC- 503 October 15, 2012.
Differentiated Instruction (DI) Meets Understand by Design (UbD) UB EDUC- 503 May 29, 2012.
A Backward Design Assessment In P.E.. What is Backward Design A 3 stage instructional design that begins with the end in mind – what will the students.
Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom “Strategies and Tools for Responsive Teaching”
New Technology Foundation 21st CENTURY LEARNING: THE PROJECT APPROACH.
UNDERSTANDING NBPTS STANDARDS Mrs. Judy Stover, NBPTS.
Teaching Information Literacy Skills Tom Adam, University of Western Ontario Stephan Beckhoff, London Health Sciences Centre Tom Adam, University of Western.
National Educational Technology Standards for Students: The Next Generation.
Why Project Based Learning? Office of Instruction WVDE.
Inquiry as a Stance on Curriculum: Moving from Projects to Inquiry Kathy G. Short University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona, USA Burlington, Wisconsin, 2010.
2004 EDUCAUSE Next Generation Course Management Systems: Beyond Accidental Pedagogy Carmean, Jafari, McGee.
Interactive Read/Think Aloud Explicit Comprehension Instruction for Elementary Readers.
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Using Essential Questions to Promote Student Discourse Using Essential Questions to Promote Student Discourse Curriculum Implementation Modules ( ):
Inquiry Circles Helen Dukhan and Rose Schreier District 68 Library Media Specialists Summer 2011.
The 21 st Century Context for Standards-Focused Project Based Learning.
What is the desired result of teaching?. Desired Result Student achievement of educational outcomes Illustrated by evidence of learning/assessment.
Art History Searches Art Teacher: B. Barnard Librarian: L.V. Sumimoto Write up: F. Yokoyama.
National Education Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S) The Old & New Ed Barry.
Navigating the Common Core State Standards through History-Social Science What.
E ducational T echnology I ntegration & Implementation P rinciples to guide teachers in their instructional decision making Sara Dexter University of Virginia.
Next Generation WV Content Standards and Objectives: English Language Arts WVDE Office of Instruction.
Senior Years ICT Manitoba Curriculum Framework of Outcomes Darryl Gervais.
MYP Project Wednesday, August 20 th Year 10 only A summative assignment Formal expression of what the student has learned during their years in.
How do conic sections impact our world?. Unit Overview What are conic sections? How do I write and graph the equations of the four basic conic sections?
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