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1 Good is the start of something great!

2 AGENDA AGENDA Creating Scoring Guides (Resource) Quadrant D, GSL The Relationship Framework Strategies for Increasing Reading Comp. Interdisciplinary Instruction Learning Criteria International Center for Leadership in Education

3 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie?

4 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo.

5 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. This means you consume life with abandon, you are fun to be with, exciting, carefree with some hint of recklessness. You are totally irresponsible. No one should trust you with their children.

6 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. You are lucky to be one of the 5.4 billion other people who eat their Oreos this very same way. Just like them, you lack imagination, but that's okay, not to worry, you're normal.

7 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. You follow the rules. You're very tidy and orderly. You're very meticulous in every detail with every thing you do to the point of being anal retentive and irritating to others.

8 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. Your boss likes you because you get your work done quickly. You always have a million things to do and never enough time to do them. There is a fine line between workaholic and crazy, you may have crossed that line.

9 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. Every one likes you because you are always up beat. You like to sugar coat unpleasant experiences and rationalize bad situations into good ones. You are in total denial about the shambles you call a life. You have a propensity towards narcotic addiction.

10 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. You have a highly curious nature. You take pleasure in breaking things apart to find out how they work, though not always able to put them back together, so you destroy all the evidence of your activities. You deny your involvement when things go wrong. You are a compulsive liar and deviant behavior.

11 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. You are good at business and take risk that pay off. You take what you want and throw the rest away. You are greedy, selfish and lack feelings for others. You should be ashamed of yourself. But that's ok, you don't care, you got yours.

12 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. You enjoy pain.

13 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. Stay away from small furry animals and seek professional medical help - immediately.

14 How do you eat an Oreo Cookie? 1. The whole thing all at once. 2. One bite at a time 3. Slow and methodical nibbles examining the results of each bite afterwards. 4. In little feverous nibbles. 5. Dunked in some liquid (milk, coffee...). 6. Twisted apart, the inside, then the cookie. 7. Twisted apart, the inside, and toss the cookie. 8. Just the cookie, not the inside. 9. I just like to lick them, not eat them. 10. I don't have a favorite way because I don't like Oreo. You probably come from a rich family, and like to wear nice things, and go to up-scale restaurants. You are particular and fussy about the things you buy, own, and wear. Things have to be just right. You like to be pampered. You are hard to please.

15 AGENDA AGENDA Creating Scoring Guides (Resource) Creating Quadrant D, GSL (Review/Share) Raising R/R in Your Instruction The Relationship Framework Strategies for Increasing Reading Comp. Interdisciplinary Instruction Learning Criteria International Center for Leadership in Education

16 International Center for Leadership in Education, Inc. Creating Rubrics

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18 HOLISTIC CHECKLIST ANALYTIC

19 Holistic

20 Checklist

21 Analytic

22 International Center for Leadership in Education, Inc. Instruction and Gold Seal Lessons

23 Performance Task p. 6

24 Writing Performance Tasks A performance task is a description of how a student is expected to demonstrate understanding, knowledge and skills. The task may be a product, performance or extended writing that requires rigorous thinking and relevant application. It is usually written in the third person describing the learning to other educators.

25 Writing Performance Tasks Students will write a letter to the editor of the local newspaper, on the topic of the environment with a specific reference to a local issue or problem. It will take a point of view, include summaries of research, cite sources and recommend action. Specific Context Student Work Conditions

26 Performance Task Includes an overview and a description The overview describes –how a student is expected to demonstrate learning (understanding, knowledge and skills) –a product, performance of extended writing –requires rigorous thinking and relevant application –usually written in the third person describing the learning to other educators. The description is the teacher procedures, including instructional strategies, and literacy strategies.

27 The overview includes: –Student work that will be produced or performed –Specific learning context –Whether group or individual –Resources students will be provided or have to acquire –Setting where students will complete the work –Conditions (often real-world) under which the work will be done

28 PERFORMANCE TASK OVERVIEW Student Work Context How Students Will Work Resources Setting Conditions

29 The overview does not include: Assessment. It implies but does not specify Specific direction to the student Specific equipment list Homework or reading assignments

30 Sample Overview Students will write a report describing how automobiles have been improved to prevent accidents. Students will work in pairs to collect reaction time data and use Internet resources. The report will include sample reaction times, explanations for stopping distances, and sample calculations using formulas.

31 Student Work

32 Students will write a report describing how automobiles have been improved to prevent accidents. Students will work in pairs to collect reaction time data and use Internet resources. The report will include sample reaction times, explanations for stopping distances, and sample calculations using formulas. Student Work Specific Context

33 Students will write a report describing how automobiles have been improved to prevent accidents. Students will work in pairs to collect reaction time data and use Internet resources. The report will include sample reaction times, explanations for stopping distances, and sample calculations using formulas. Specific Context Student Work How

34 Students will write a report describing how automobiles have been improved to prevent accidents. Students will work in pairs to collect reaction time data and use Internet resources. The report will include sample reaction times, explanations for stopping distances, and sample calculations using formulas. Specific ContextStudent Work How Resources

35 Students will write a report describing how automobiles have been improved to prevent accidents. Students will work in pairs to collect reaction time data and use Internet resources. The report will include sample reaction times, explanations for stopping distances, and sample calculations using formulas. Specific Context Student Work How Resources Conditions

36 Lesson Summary Students will: Write a report (student work) About how autos have improved…. (context) In pairs (how) Using reaction times and internet (resources) Will include data, explanations, calculations (conditions)

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38 Steps to Create a Gold Seal Lesson Review the Rigor/Relevance Framework Begin with a Benchmark Brainstorm real-world situations Connect with the curriculum Research the idea Develop the lesson

39 Worksheets for Creating GSL pp. 7-9

40 Sample Gold Seal Lessons pp

41 Gold Seal Lesson Template

42 Gold Seal Lesson Template pp. 2-5 Instructional Focus Statements Student Learning Performance Task Overview and description Essential Skills Scoring Guide Standards Handouts/Attachments

43 GSL Assignment Questions? Concerns?

44 Share GSL Reflective Questions p. 1


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