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PED 3140. WELCOME!. Today. 8:30-10:00 Introductions, course outline, assignment outlines 10-10:15 Break 10:15-11:45 Rotation Activity. Andrew/Mr. Wheeler/Professor Wheeler. Began as a teacher in 1995 working with young offenders (project D.A.R.E)

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ped 3140

PED 3140

WELCOME!

today

Today

8:30-10:00 Introductions, course outline, assignment outlines

10-10:15 Break

10:15-11:45 Rotation Activity

andrew mr wheeler professor wheeler
Andrew/Mr. Wheeler/Professor Wheeler
  • Began as a teacher in 1995 working with young offenders (project D.A.R.E)
  • Moved to Lake Tahoe to take on a regular grade 3 classroom
  • Moved back to Canada and began work as a congregate gifted teacher (gr. 7/8)
  • In my 4th year as a seconded professor
  • Now back full time at York Street School and the University of Ottawa
my goals

My Goals

Provide the pedagogical tools for you to feel prepared to teach LA/Arts next year

Demonstrate some of the techniques I have learned as I work on the craft of teaching

Introduce the concept that each of us is/will be a practicing a craft which requires constant attention

Promote the idea of integrating concepts such as peace and justice, human rights, environmental sustainability, and international development into educational curricula and practice

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  • I am the practitioner of the group!
  • I hope you learn as much or more from what I do that what I way
  • Want to build a team for you to get to know and have as back up!
my pedagogy
My Pedagogy
  • Group students by ability for learning-group in other ways for showing learning
  • Use these small groups for instruction (4-10)
  • 1 Overall expectation- a few summative-many formative=good reporting
  • Use cross-curricular assignments to get it all done
  • Track learning skills
language
Language
  • Is the skill
  • Other subjects (Arts, Social Studies, Science…) are the content
  • Not rocket science, kids need to read, write and talk every day
the arts
The Arts
  • Crucial to a good education and being smart
  • Are dying in these dark ages
  • Integrating them into other classes is the only hope!
balanced literacy

Balanced Literacy

The new buzz word in Language instruction

Based on age old instructional techniques-it’s good teaching, too!

literacy circles
Literacy Circles
  • All group members read the same thing
  • Each group member is assigned a specific task to do with the reading
  • Each group member writes down their part to present to the group and for the teacher to look at
  • This is formative stuff!
  • Can be used as the backbone to your literacy program
learning skills

Learning Skills

Responsibility

Organization

Independent Work

Collaboration

Initiative

Self Regulation

global cohort
Global Cohort
  • One site, many resources
  • Where do we start? Environment, drugs, bullying, appreciations for the arts, social issues, native issues, all examples of colossal educational disasters.
  • Another 42 cute lesson plans about social/environmental injustice ain’t going to make a difference (but will still get you good grades in my class)
  • What will?
concerns for ped 3140
Concerns for PED 3140
  • ELL
  • Overloaded, tired and not successful
  • Timing issues-too muck too late
  • Transition from student to professional (attendance, misunderstanding of what is going on)
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