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1 ‘ Play ’ the slide show...in order for the links (underlined text) to be usable Most pages advance by clicking anywhere, but if the word next is present, click that.

2 EDWN 600 Instructional Design and Classroom Management

3 Margaret Foss, Ph.D. Available at or During business hours (715) or

4 Topics for this weekend The Context of Teaching ✦ Communication skills ✦ Role of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction ✦ Introduction to Wisconsin Teacher StandardsWisconsin Teacher Standards ✦ Wisconsin Academic Model Standards, Common Core Standards, especially Disciplinary Literacy Wisconsin Academic Model Standards, Child development ✦ Intellectual ✦ Social/Moral/Emotional ✦ Bloom’s taxonomy and domains of learning Bloom’s taxonomy and domains of learning ✦ Motivation Lesson planning

5 Communication General purpose Home/school connections

6 Communication Who are we communicating with? What is our message? How often should I initiate communication? What kind of responses do I expect? What impression do I want to make?

7 Communication with families PTA PTA - Harvard Research Project Read and report out on your segment of the document: What is most important How can we use this in our classrooms?

8 Child Development Cognitive, Emotional, Social, Moral

9 Cognitive development Jean Piaget ( ) Four stages of development Based on observations of children Tasks - classic activities to demonstrate the cognitive skills

10 Four stages of DevelopmentDevelopment

11 Social Constructivism Scaffolding! Vygotsky

12 Intelligence Fluid intelligence Crystallized intelligence Can you modify your intelligence? Check out this article when you have a chancearticle Dual N-back

13 Bloom ’ s Taxonomy of thinking skills

14 Maslow ’ s Hierarchy of needs

15 Social-Emotional Development Erik Erikson - 8 stages8 stages In your group, make a poster showing the Erikson model, using graphics or descriptions of each stage

16 Moral Development Piaget: Morality of Constraint/Morality of Cooperation Kohlberg: 6 stages Pre-conventional: Punishment; Back scratching Conventional: Good kid; Law & order Post-conventional: Social evaluation; Ethics Gilligan: (similar to Kohlberg) Individual survival - Self-sacrifice and social conformity - Morality of nonviolence More info

17 Grade level activity In a small group: Read through the slips Sort them into the appropriate grade levels There should be 4 slips for each grade level Compare your sorting with another group Next

18 Developmental Characteristics of Students Assignment Using the ideas we have discussed about developmental characteristics, consider the age your unit is designed for -and- Write a paragraph about what you ’ d expect intellectually Write a paragraph about what you ’ d expect from them socially/morally/emotionally Briefly discuss how your activities fit these and help students grow academically

19 Styles and controls VAKT - most well known More info Multiple Intelligences More info Learning Styles

20 Lesson planning

21 Standards Based Education Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Subject Area Standards: Wisconsin Model Academic Standards Wisconsin Model Academic Standards Disciplinary Literacy: Common Core State Standards Benchmarks Benchmarks - some examples from WI schools article to discuss

22 Using the disciplinary literacy standards Using the copy of the CCSS reading standards for disciplinary literacy Select 2-3 of the standards that you will be able to develop in your classroom. Write the alphanumeric code for the standard and discuss with your group how you might include these skills in your content area

23 Lesson Planning Many different models, common components: Beginning - get attention Middle - procedural steps End - pulling it together An online way to keep track: PlanbookPlanbook

24 Good lessons: Generate more student involvement than teacher demonstration Include some simple recall and comprehension goals, but strive to apply and analyze information too Are linked to prior knowledge

25 Some terms/components Anticipatory set Objectives Modifications Materials Assessment ✓ Try your hand at planning a lesson with the template ✓ Trade papers and devise 2 questions about your partners plan ✓ What would you need to know to teach this lesson? next

26 10 lesson unit Unit general info: Grade level Topic(s) Overarching goal WMAS & CCSS 10 Individual lessons: Objective (s) Procedure - detailed steps, even small scripts perhaps Materials

27 Where am I at? Please write brief notes on each bullet: What ideas were interesting/new? What additional information would I like? How can I use these ideas? after Communication after Development after Communicationafter Development


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