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More on Bloom Cognitive taxonomy –Knowledge –Comprehension –Application –Analysis –Synthesis –Evaluation
More on Bloom Affective Taxonomy –Receiving –Responding –Valuing –Organizing –Internalizing
More on Bloom Psychomotor Taxonomy –Perception –Set –Guided response –Mechanism –Covert overt response –Adaptation –Origination
Wiggins – Facets of Understanding Explain Interpret Apply Have perspective Empathize Have self-knowledge
Instructor mindsets High expectations Deep understanding Advanced thinking (meta cognition) Critical thinking Creative thinking Move from simple to complex (and back)
Teaching for understanding Generative topics Understanding goals Performance of understanding Ongoing assessment
Lecturing Strengths, weaknesses
Lecture and discussion Strengths, weaknesses
Class discussion Strengths, weaknesses
Small-group activities Strengths, weaknesses
Case Studies & Problem-based learning Strengths, weaknesses
Setting up your lectures Planning topics & materials –Background reading Reviewing & connecting Sequencing Presenting Stretching Finalizing –Post-lecture activities
Getting Started with Cooperative learning Group size Learning task Learner skills Clarification of roles floating
What do you do? How do you move away from (or augment) lectures?
Course work this week Portfolio items # 4 & 6 Continue developing your CMAP Revise your philosophy of teaching and learning statement (if needed)
Week 4 Planning Effective Classroom Sessions. Review Blooms Wiggins ZPD Scaffolding Metacognition Problem-based learning Teaching and learning formats.
Modeling and Assessing Online Discussions for Faculty Learning and Technology Development Janet de Vry and George Watson University of Delaware Barbara.
State of Kuwait Ministry of Education ELT General Supervision
Whatever Happened to Creativity? Presented by: Brian Jeffrey * National Board Certified Teacher Los Osos High School * Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
TPA Objectives. TPA Expectation The candidate develops learning objectives that logically lead to the goals of the sequence. These objectives are clearly.
Evaluation Overview - Basics. Purpose of Testing Diagnostic Formative Summative.
What is your definition of descriptive feedback?.
Teaching with the Revised BloomsTaxonomy Janet Giesen Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center.
Understanding by Design Stage 3 Understanding by Design Professional Development Workbook by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins Classroom Instruction that Works.
Welcome to the Successful Practices Network Dale Eggebraaten, Senior Associate International Center for Leadership in Education International Center for.
Effective Questioning EDTE 408 Principles of Teaching.
WRITING Educational Objectives, Learning Outcomes Mi-Suk Shim, Ph.D. Spring 2006 DIIA.
In the 1950s, Benjamin Bloom recognized that there is more than one type of learning, and that different skills are required at different levels of learning.
U.S. Classroom Observation Checklist Tony Newman Senior English Language Fellow U.S. Department of State.
Modesto Common Core Reading October 11, Todays agenda Focus for the day – Reading AM Session 1. Understanding Rigor/Relevance Framework 2. Exploring.
Learning Objectives Doris R. Brodeur, Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology November 2003.
Learning to Learn: Why Not Be Explicit In The Classroom? Karl Wirth.
Week 6: Tying things together. Review Multiple Intelligence Extending the classroom Role of lesson plans Facets of understanding Blooms taxonomy Motivation.
What do you know about the Rigor/Relevance framework? Edited from a PLS presentation for Middle School in Vinton, Iowa.
Creating a dialogue over feedback between staff and students in the classroom and online Heather A. Thornton
/0304 © 2004 Business & Legal Reports, Inc. BLRs Human Resources Training Presentations Training Strategies II: State-of-the-Art Classroom Training.
Week 3. Your philosophy of teaching and learning.
Advanced Rigor and Relevance Linda L. Jordan Content Development Director International Center for Leadership in Education Session #30.
WEEK 1. UNIT PLANNING SPED 510 Reading & Writing Across the Continuum.
W. P. Carey Online Academic Services. F2F, we rely on verbal and visual communication to discuss class topics Some students contribute, some just.
A TP Blooms Taxonomy A Focus on Higher Level Thinking Skills Jack Truschel East Stroudsburg University Fall 2006.
Understanding By Design The Backwards Approach to Curriculum Design.
Analyzing Student Work Robert V. Jervis Consultant for the Council of Chief Staff School Officers Comprehensive Social Studies Assessment Project.
Implementing Team-Based Instructional Strategies in Psychiatry Resident CBT Training Kim A. Coon, Ed.D. Bryan K. Touchet, M.D. OU College of Medicine -
Case Studies M.Sc. in Applied Statistics Dr. Órlaith Burke Michaelmas Term 2012.
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