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Articulating Clear Learning Goals for the Lesson that are Appropriate to the Students Domain A A2
Quote of the Day The role of a teacher is not to COVER. The role of a teacher is to UNCOVER.” A High School Teacher
Organizing your Paper Introduce Topic Articulates Clear Goals Identifies/selects goals that indicate a correct understanding of the subject matter Identifies/selects goals that are appropriate for all students Identifies/selects goals that are differentiated for different students References developmental aspects of the learner and the learning process Closing paragraph
Why is this topic important? Goals need to be considered before preparing a lesson Goals NEED to be appropriate for the students YOU are teaching Goals are the desired learning outcome objectives that will be observed Goals need to be clear
Identifies/selects goals that indicate a correct understanding of subject matter What students are to learn has probably been prescribed….STANDARDS were determined beforehand…. Standards refer to a level of knowledge of skill that is generally acknowledged as necessary to perform a specific task or to occupy a certain role in our society. Standards exist on the national and state level Most states have standards The US emphasizes SBE (Standards-based Education) basing curriculum, teaching, and assessment of student on rigorous, so called world class standards. Ex: Students understand and apply geometry to solve nonmathematical situations.
Standards Continued There are CONTENT and PERFORMANCE standards Content standard: Knowledge and skill Performance standard: to which degree Standards and broken down into benchmarks and indicators Why develop standards? A variety of individuals Teachers use curriculum guides, models, or frameworks, for different subjects and align them with national and state standards. We update our courses of study every five years, the standards hold us responsible.
More Standards There are standards relating to students’ performance of standardized tests of achievement and there are standards for student performance and behavior at the classroom level Other terms for STANDARD include content standard, goals, expectations, learning results, or learning outcomes. All state Standards are found on the Ohio Department of Education Website (www.ode.state.oh.us)www.ode.state.oh.us Standards should NOT deprive you of creativity Standards are like having a map with you when you travel Always add your own ideas
Goals for ALL students Can be described through a lesson plan Check out lesson plan from the state of Ohio Check out lesson plan books Be sure lesson plan is grade appropriate Goals in a lesson plan include acquired concepts, facts, values, thinking skills, social skills, performance skills, and behavioral skills. Websites: www.teachernet.com www.lessonplans.comwww.teachers.net www.lessonplans.comwww.teachers.net
Goals that are DIFFERENTIATED for DIFFERENT students This means adjusting goals to meet the needs of individual students. You may have a diverse population Teachers need to be aware of students’ actions, attitudes, knowledge and skills Learning goals may need to be modified IEP- Individualized Education Plan You may have to adjust original lesson plans….it happens all the time.
What NOT to do Never, ever, ever, ever, ever single out a student because of his/her ability or disability
Possible Artifacts Standards (National and/or State) Courses of Study, Curriculum framework, Curriculum models Goals/Objectives Lesson Plans IEP’s (NO NAMES!
What is due next week? ANY papers you have not yet turned in. Teacher Evaluation Forms A2 paper HAVE EVERYTHING IN YOUR BINDER. I WILL BE GRADING YOUR PORTFOLIO UP TO THIS POINT. START PUTTING IT TOGETHER NOW SO YOU HAVE LESS TO DO IN MAY. I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH….GET YOUR WORK DONE!!!!!!