Presentation on theme: "Quadrant D Learning How to engage students through Rigor, Relevance & Relationships."— Presentation transcript:
Quadrant D Learning How to engage students through Rigor, Relevance & Relationships
Rigor/Relevance Framework ® Dr. Bill Daggett, International Center for Leadership in Education Bloom’s Taxonomy Evaluation Synthesis Analysis CD Application Comprehension Awareness AB Knowledge in one discipline Real world applications
KNOWLEDGEKNOWLEDGE A P P L I C A T I O N A B D C Rigor/Relevance Framework Teacher Work Teacher/Student Roles Student Think Student Think & Work Student Work
Backwards Design Step 1 What is it you want students to know and be able to do? – Standards – Content – 21 st Century Skills - Process
Backwards Design Step 2 How will you know that they know it? – Assessments of content and process – Learning Activities
1. Have a hook How will you capture their attention? How will you connect with their interests?
2. Use the standards & essential questions for inspiration What can an artifact tell or not tell about a time period or event? (7th grade History, Concept 1) What strategies can citizens use most effectively to influence public policy? (HS Civics Standard 4) What types of questions do historians ask about the past? (3rd grade History, Concept 1)
Use knowledge taxonomy verb list (synthesis & evaluation) for inspiration.
4. Frame the essential question to inspire curiosity Why do things become obsolete? How can I have influence? Why is it important to remember the past?
5. Allow students room for exploration Choice in topic Choice in process Choice in final product
6. Real-Life Element: Authentic Learning Students in a real-life role Create a real-life product Share with real-life audience
7. Share work beyond the classroom
8. Make it so students won’t need to ask:
Nancy White 21 st Century Learning & Innovation Specialist Academy School District 20