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Lesson Planning. August 2014. Session Outcomes. Develop a lesson plan for your micro teach session that leads to desired learning outcomes and aligns to learning activities and evaluation .

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Lesson planning

Lesson Planning

August 2014


Session outcomes

Session Outcomes

  • Develop a lesson plan for your micro teach session that leads to desired learning outcomes and aligns to learning activities and evaluation.

  • Identify the key components of course outlines and discuss how course outlines are used to guide course planning.


Agenda

Agenda

  • What is a lesson plan and why use one?

  • Common Elements in the course outline and how they effect lesson planning

  • Learning Outcomes… What are they?

  • How to develop a lesson plan using the Jumpstart Template


Brainstorming activity

Brainstorming Activity

  • What is a lesson plan?

  • Why use a lesson plan?


The big picture

The Big Picture

Course Outlines

  • All college courses have a course outline that describes the outcomes, evaluations, and teaching sequence of the course

  • Course outlines are formal documents representing the college, our schools and our programs.

  • Course Outlines function primarily as an information and learning tool for our studentsbut are also the primary vehicle for course planning.

  • Course outlines are a contractual agreement that defines the course content and the criteria by which a student is evaluated.


Course outline scavenger hunt

Course OutlineScavenger Hunt

Here are 5 samples of course outlines (one from each eastern region college)

Work in pairs to find the common elements below:

  • Course Learning Outcomes (CLRs)

  • Weekly learning plan/topics

  • Evaluation/Assessment criteria


Learning outcomes

Learning Outcomes

  • In Ontario we are an outcomes based education system: what does this mean?  


Outcomes based curriculum

Outcomes-based Curriculum

What should these students be able to do out there in real-life roles, that we’re responsible for teaching and guiding in here, in this course or program?

Ruth Stiehl


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Program Learning Outcomes

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Program learning outcomes video

Program Learning Outcomes Video


Outcomes review

Outcomes Review


Structure of an outcome activity

Structure of an Outcome activity

  • Use the colored cards to develop an outcome that has a:

  • Performance verb

  • Context

  • standard


Lesson plans

Lesson Plans

  • Always start with an outcome for your session

  • How to develop a lesson plan using the Jumpstart Model

  • Jumpstart Lesson Planning Video


Your turn fill in the template

Your turn…Fill in the Template

  • Locate the handout entitled “Using the Jumpstart Lesson Plan Template”

  • Record the activities that were used today into the correct area of this lesson plan template.

  • What was the connection activity today?

  • What were the content/practice activities?

  • What was the summary activity?


List of activities

List of activities

  • Brainstorming activity: Why use Lesson Plans?

  • Brief Lecture on course outlines

  • Course Outline Scavenger Hunt

  • Learning Outcomes Video

  • Structure of an Outcome Activity

  • Lesson Plans Video


Summary activity

Summary Activity

  • Write an outcome for your microteach

  • Fill in the lesson plan provided for your microteachsession


Handouts to help you plan your microteach

Handouts to help you plan your Microteach

  • Excerpt from Bloom’s taxonomy

  • Jumpstart lesson plan template

  • Jumpstart lesson plan reference hand-out


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