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1 Tips For Writing Your Learning Experience The most common problems and some suggestions

2 Cover Sheet / Format Circle or Underline - Final Version Number Pages Attachments can have a separate numbering scheme Include teacher exemplar and student work in an attachment All pages in the body of LE numbered with a footer

3 Learning Context Enduring understanding-what do you want the student to take from the learning experience Essential and/or Guiding Questions- only need one essential question. When do you write these questions? Congruency table (use the language of the Standards) - Referencing the standards - Aligning elements - What do you look at when reviewing LE? - Standard - Task– Objective - Student Work- Rubric

4 Include a blank assessment tool in this section Place for Comments Title student-Friendly Student Role Teacher generated sample- Answer Key- Reference attachment Assessment:

5 Student Work: Grade Distribution Graph—histogram Comments – boys vs. girls Explain each piece of work that was included— Why did you selected this sample of student work - how is it representative? Teacher Comments to the student student work assessment tools

6 Procedure: Anticipatory Set Scaffolding Modeling Guided Practice (small group, whole group) Independent Practice Closure Technology

7 Resources: Supplies and Equipment Pens, Paper…… Computer Materials Handouts, Notes, SMTA - Include in appendix Reference Materials Web sites Books Other Learning Experiences

8 Modifications Task Students do different things How do you score? Connection to assessment section?

9 Time: Assessment time per student Schedule How this Learning Experience fits in to the curriculum

10 Reflection: Reflect on Classroom Experience Quote from student Reflect on peer review Date and time Quote from peer Lessons Learned - next steps

11 Reminders: Power Rubric Overall alignment Self-assessment Electronic Copy Include samples of student work Hard Copy

12 PowerPoint: Convince me you are technologically literate You prepared to present and have clear plan Start with an introduction A photo of school / room / students Digital Images: Keep aspect ratio constant Tell us why this is an important lesson It is fine to use worksheets but try not to have the whole lesson driven by them - infuse some creativity

13 PowerPoint: In general try to keep handouts to classmates to a minimum Oral presentation should correspond to slide shown No bird walking Show real confidence and enthusiasm - and be ready

14 PowerPoint: Tables Formulate tables so they can be easily seen. Simplify Congruency tables Rubrics Modifications tables

15 PowerPoint: Student work Scan in student work if handwriting or illustrations are central Type in student work if content is central Include a histogram of student scores Before and after score are great way to show the value added by your instruction Explain the rational for the grade given to a piece of student work at each of the tree levels; Distinguished Pofecient Developing

16 PowerPoint: Presentation Please give me a hardcopy of your PowerPoint before your presentation After your presentation - complete and hand in your self- evaluation sheet

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