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Lesson Design Workshop. Participants’ Expectations Lesson Plan Components: http://goo.gl/xjSkl. Outcomes. By the end of this session, participants will be able to: Outline the lesson components Differentiate outcomes from objectives Develop active learning activities

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Lesson design workshop

Lesson Design Workshop

Participants’ Expectations

Lesson Plan Components: http://goo.gl/xjSkl


Outcomes
Outcomes

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Outline the lesson components

  • Differentiate outcomes from objectives

  • Develop active learning activities

  • Apply quick assessment tools


Bloom s taxonomy
Bloom’s taxonomy

  • http://ww2.odu.edu/educ/roverbau/Bloom/blooms_taxonomy.htm


Learning outcomes
Learning Outcomes

  • Which statement is an outcome?

    Identify them by a show of hands.

    1) Apply the writing process

    2) Introduce the writing process


Learning outcome
Learning Outcome

  • Which statement is an outcome?

    1) provide a foundation in the descriptive chemistry of the element families

    2) demonstrate a basic knowledge of the descriptive chemistry of the element families


Active learning
Active Learning

  • Working definition:

    “Learning is an active search for meaning by the learner- constructive knowledge rather than passively receiving it, shaping as well as being shaped by experiences”

    Join Task Force on Student Learning (1998). Learning Principles and Collaborative Action. Washington DC: American Association for Higher Education.


Active learning1
Active Learning

A Brief Literature Review

  • Active learning encourages the support of high-order cognitive skills via talking/ listening, reading, writing, and reflecting (Meyers & Jones, 1993)

  • Students learn best when they are actively involved in the process (Bean 1996; Huba 2000)

  • Students working in small groups tend to learn more of what is taught and retain it longer.(Davis 1993; Bean 1996).


Active learning activities
Active Learning Activities

  • Group Work

  • Role Playing

  • Peer Review

  • Mind Mapping

  • Jigsaws

  • Think-Pair-Share


Group work
Group Work

  • http://goo.gl/xjSkl

  • Group Work!

    • Collaborate with your group to design activities on your topic of interest. Consider the rubric for lesson criteria.

    • Present your activity to the class.

    • Request feedback form other groups considering the elements listed on the rubric.


Assessment tools
Assessment Tools

  • Minute paper

  • Muddiest Point


Thank you
Thank You

  • Please complete the workshop feedback form.

    Your feedback will be appreciated


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