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CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION A VIABLE PATHWAY TO SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND CAREERS August, 2010 Why Didnt I Learn This in College? Karen Cushing.

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1 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION A VIABLE PATHWAY TO SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND CAREERS August, 2010 Why Didnt I Learn This in College? Karen Cushing

2 1 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Session Objective To learn a variety of strategies to increase student engagement and achievement

3 2 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Topics Framing the Learning Grouping Questioning Processing Review and reflection Content adapted from Why Didnt I Learn this in College, Paula Rutherford,, Just Ask Publishing, 2009

4 3 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Framing the Learning Let students know: What they are learning Why they are learning it How they will learn it How they will know that they know it

5 4 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Framing the Learning Provide Agenda/Outline for Day, Unit & Year Course syllabus Unit overview Daily lesson objectives Wall Charts

6 5 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Bell Ringers Bell ringers help students: Check for understanding Assess own learning Review/refresh past topics Direct focus on the days lesson

7 6 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION High Expectations I Count, I Care, I Can … Anne Westcott Dodd, Educational Leadership This is important! You can do It! I wont give up on you! Jon Saphier, The Skillful Teacher Connected, capable and contributing Linda Albert, Cooperative Discipline

8 7 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Access Prior Knowledge & Make Connections To past experiences Between concepts/activities they have already learned To applications beyond the classroom To future areas of study and life

9 8 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

10 9 We learn: 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we both see and hear 70% of what we discuss with others 80% of what we experience personally 90% of what we teach to someone else

11 10 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Why Groups? 75% of humans learning by talking Main reason teachers dont use groups… fear of losing control Teacher preparation, circulation and observation required

12 11 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Forming Groups Cut ups – cards, maps, cartoons, formulas, advertisements Popsicles sticks w/ names, shapes, colors, stickers Famous pairs – Salt and pepper, Romeo and Juliet Genres – books, music, seasonal activities Line ups – students make two lines and pair with the student across form them Clock buddies –make hourly appointments

13 12 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Clock Buddies

14 13 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Expectations SeeHear Talking Active listening Sitting together Respecting space Paying attention Implementing their roles Sharing ideas Taking turns speaking Questioning by teammates Summarizing Use T-Chart with students to identify what you expect to see and hear

15 14 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Getting Started Think- Pair- Share…. Pairs to squares Assign roles or actions Provide focus questions Pre-write before joining the group Talking tokens promote equal participation

16 15 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Talking Tokens

17 16 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Prepare and Circulate Have students discuss the instructions for clarity Identify what you expect to see and hear Begin with short interactions Move around and observe/guide behavior Students report out at end

18 17 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Group Observation Form

19 18 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Think - Pair- Share - Square Take 1 minute to think how you might use grouping in a class Talk to an elbow partner about your plans Find another pair and share your partners idea Be prepared to report out the most interesting idea

20 19 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Process New Learning 3 Column Charts Graphic Organizers Graffiti Note-Taking Journals

21 20 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION 3 Column Chart What I knewWhat I now know What I still dont know What I knowWhat I dont know What I wish I knew Most importantSomewhat important Not important at all Already KnowWant to KnowLearned

22 21 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Graphic Organizers Avoid lengthy note taking Organize thinking Display relationships (sequence, cause- effect) Assist with classification Create a mental image that helps the brain file the learning

23 22 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Graphic Organizers

24 23 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Graffiti Used for pre-assessment, prior knowledge or summary Write one topic/concept/problem per sheet ( chart paper or legal size) Students record ideas, solutions, questions Students or paper rotates after allotted time period

25 24 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Note-taking Main IdeaDetails Cornell Notes Can be used to provide an outline of the course, chapter, or lecture. Organized by main ideas and details. Can be as detailed as necessary. Sequential-- take notes as they are given by instructor or text in an orderly fashion. After class, write a summary of what you learned to clarify and reinforce learning and to assist retention. Can be used as study tool: Define terms or explain concepts listed on the left side. Identify the concept or term based on its definition on the right side. Summary: There are a couple of ways that you can take notes. The Cornell method is best when the information is given in a sequential, orderly fashion and allows for more detail. The semantic web/map method works best for instructors who skip around from topic to topic, and provides a "big picture" when you're previewing materials or getting ready to study for a test.

26 25 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Journals Daily - keeps track of happenings in class from students point of view. Teacher creates a template. Question – Students record answers to daily, weekly, or unit question(s) Response to reading, video, demonstrations or lectures 10:2 Theory – Pause every 10 minutes to write for 2 minutes down reactions to readying, lecture or demonstration Pause now for 10:2

27 26 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Blooms Taxonomy Knowledge = Find recall specific ideas and information Comprehension = Understand ideas, meanings and information Application = Use - apply information, ideas and principles in new situations Analysis = Break down information into parts Synthesis = Create - put together parts to make a whole and do something new with the information Evaluation = Judge - the value of ideas, purposes and methods

28 27 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

29 28 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION How does this match what you thought you knew? What might happen if...? When have you done something like this before? How would you feel if...? How did you come to that conclusion? How about...? What if...? What do you think causes...? Yes, thats right, but how did you know it was right? When is another time you need to...? What do you think the problem is? Can you think of another way we could do this? What do you need to do next? Based on what you know, what can you predict about...? Does what...said make you think differently about...? Tell me how you did that? How does...tie in with what we have learned before? Suppose...what then? How does this match what you thought you knew? What might happen if...? When have you done something like this before? What might...think about this? How would you feel if...? How did you come to that conclusion? How about...? What if...? What do you think causes...? Yes, thats right, but how did you know it was right? When is another time you need to...? What do you think the problem is? Can you think of another way we could do this? Why is this one better than that one? How can you find out? How is...different (like)...? What have you heard about..? Can you tell me more? What else do you see? How does that compare with...? What do we know so far? Question Stems that Promote Student Thinking

30 29 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Question Stems that Promote Student Thinking What do you need to do next? Based on what you know, what can you predict about...? Does what...said make you think differently about...? Tell me how you did that? How does...tie in with what we have learned before? Suppose...what then?

31 30 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Review Use Jeopardy to review I have the question. Who has the answer? Students create test questions Graffiti Journals 3 Columns Highlighting notes Group writes review questions for other group

32 31 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Reflection

33 32 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Exit Ticket Students write about the class as ticket to leave: What I really know well What confuses me How todays lesson is related to…. Favorite part of the lesson

34 33 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION 3, 2, 1 Reflection 3 significant learnings from this session 2 areas where you want to deepen your knowledge 1 thing you would like to try next week

35 34 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Find your Give and Get Sheet. Think about how you will use one of the strategies you saw today Stand up and share your idea with someone and then write their idea on your page. Continue until your page is full. Give and Get

36 35 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Contact Information Karen Cushing Chicago Public Schools Office of College & Career Preparation CTE Curriculum Specialist voice: fax:


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