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Week 6: Tying things together
Review Multiple Intelligence Extending the classroom Role of lesson plans Facets of understanding Blooms taxonomy Motivation
Review Chickering and Gamson High expectations Intentionality Scaffolding Sequencing Teaching formats
Review Personal theory of teaching and learning ZPD GRASPS WHERETO Connecting/relating
3 Rs Repetition Review Reflection Enables richer connections and associations
Varied Instructional activities Lecture Discussion Q & A
Varied learning activities Group work Collaborative assignments Self-exploration PBL
Classroom extensions Labs Guest/experts field trips Technology
Diversity and focus Approach must align with intent Diversity ensures multiple encounters with big ideas
Seamless Outcomes teaching/learning assessment
Seamless Tied to larger systems: program, department, college
Teaching Has origin in activity Has target in completion Is holistic – related to a field/department or discipline
Learning is What we enable students to do based on guidance, direction, resources, encouragement, and patterns of a field
Learners require Freedom/choice Personal relevance Practical, hands-on work Various levels of support Personalization Connections to prior knowledge Basics needs met first (security, trust)
Motivation Kellers ARCS: –Attention, –relevance, –confidence, –satisfaction
Motivation Internal/external Social, cognitive, emotional locus of control – attribution Maslows hierarchy of needs
Intervention Capitalize Compensate Correct
Adaptations Input Output Quality Quantity Rate Scaffolding
Providing feedback Feedback is a teaching process Positive, corrective Task-focused Language specific Observation: Situation: Your interpretation: Negotiation: Suggested changes. Involve students
Journal What is the muddiest point for the course?
Portfolio Should be able to complete all activities EXCEPT: 3, 10, 14
Week 5. Agenda Review Teaching approaches Learner control, autonomy, attribution Scaffolding.
Meeting the needs of diverse learners k-6. Carol Ann Tomilson Its not a strategy but a total way of thinking about learners, teaching and learning.
Week 4 Planning Effective Classroom Sessions. Review Blooms Wiggins ZPD Scaffolding Metacognition Problem-based learning Teaching and learning formats.
Online Course Development and Constructivist Teaching Strategies Susan M. Zvacek, Ph.D
Matt Moxham EDUC 290. The Idaho Core Teacher Standards are ten standards set by the State of Idaho that teachers are expected to uphold. This is because.
Instruction Gradual Release of Responsibility & Feedback Gradual Release of Responsibility & Feedback.
Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC)
Human Learning Ryan Glidden. Learning Theory How individuals attain, process, and retain information How humans learn and acquire knowledge Learning theories.
Technology Student Motivation & Adapting Educational Technology Using Elements of Student Motivation.
Biggs’ Constructive Alignment: Evaluation of a Pedagogical Model Applied to a Web Course
21 st Century Learning and Instruction Session 2: Balanced Assessment.
Practical Approaches to Stretch and Challenge Simple Methods and Activities to Enhance Motivation and Achievement.
Course Design, Outcomes and Objectives. 3 Questions.
Matthew Birtel EDUC 503 FALL 2012 November 27, 2012.
Math Professional Development Day What is a learner's profile? 2.How do you differentiate in your classroom? 3.Rate the level of comfort with.
Human Learning Abdullah Alsowyan. Learning Theory The learning theory is a science of study that is looking on the way and the cause of learning.
How to Integrate Students with Diverse Learning Needs in a General Education Classroom By: Tammie McElaney.
Week 1: Program Development CAE George Siemens February 5, 2008.
Designing and Planning Technology Enhanced Instruction Chapter 2 Lever-Duffy EDMD 3300, Fall 2004.
© 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. CHAPTER 12 Planning, Instruction, and Technology.
CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING Course Design, Outcomes and Objectives Presented by: Stacey DeLoose, Instructional Technologist, CTL.
By Weizmar Lozada. Content-based Instruction Use of content from other disciplines in language teaching. Build on students’ previous knowledge. Students.
The “Highly Effective” Early Childhood Classroom Environment Michelle Abadie, M.Ed st Grade Teacher St. Bernard Parish A+PEL Board of Directors.
Lesson Planning in the Elementary Classroom By: Sara Peck.
Strengthening Student Outcomes in Small Schools There’s been enough research done to know what to do – now we have to start doing it! Douglas Reeves.
Analysis of Research and Impact on Practice, Action Planning Monday December 13th.
The Teacher Work Sample & YOU!. Why the Teacher Work Sample? Demonstrate your Teacher Skills! –Who are your students? –What do they need to learn? –How.
Dialogic teaching in language classrooms. Do you know what RHINOs are? Really Here In Name Only Do you discover any ‘Rhinos’ in your classrooms?
Understanding by Design Stage 3 Understanding by Design Professional Development Workbook by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins Classroom Instruction that Works.
CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING Course Design: Outcomes, Objectives and Assessment Strategies Presented by: Stacey DeLoose, Instructional Technologist,
Human Learning Aeman Alabuod. Learning Theory it is conceptual frameworks that describe how information is absorbed, processed, and retained during learning.
Whose learning is it anyway? Di Pardoe September 2009.
Human Learning Brian Newberry. Learning Theory Learning theory attempts to describe how humans learn. These theories can be tested in a variety of ways.
Rediscovering Research: A Path to Standards Based Learning Authentic Learning that Motivates, Constructs Meaning, and Boosts Success.
Planning for Instruction Chapter 6 NC Teaching Standard IV.
Connecting the Characteristics Margaret Heritage UCLA/ CRESST Attributes of Other Characteristics of Effective Instruction and Assessment for Learning.
An Approach to Creating and Facilitating Workshops Library Instructor College Fall 2010 Charles Dershimer Erping Zhu Center For Research on Learning and.
Baker College Curriculum Design Tier II. Curriculum Tier Professional Development Tier I – (required) Professional development for curriculum development.
LEARNER CENTERED LEARNER DESIGNED Learning & Preparation Objectives Learning Resources and Strategies Evidence of Accomplishment of Objectives Criteria.
Teaching to Diversity in the Regular Classroom. Learners learn best when… “Engagement” (active processing) for learning happens when … Need for collaboration.
Acadia Institute for Teaching and Technology1 Principles of good teaching practice.
Designing Instruction Objectives, Indirect Instruction, and Differentiation Adapted from required text: Effective Teaching Methods: Research-Based Practice.
Instructional Lesson Structure: Essential Components.
Educational Services for Individuals with Exceptionalities Adapted Lesson Plan.
Teaching Information Literacy: Frameworks and Activities
“Developing Faculty Capabilities to Support Integrative Learning A Session Led by: L. Dee Fink, Ph.D. International Consultant in Higher Education AAC&U.
Human Learning John Penn. Learning Theory A learning theory is a theory that explains how people learn and acquire information. A learning theory gives.
Human Learning Michelle Yang. Learning Theory It is an educated guess and it is describing how information is absorbed, processed, and retained during.
Instructional design principles and models Mart Laanpere, M.Sc. in educational technology Tallinn University of Educational and Social Sciences
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