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Patchogue-Medford UbD Curriculum Group. Understanding by Design Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe. What is backward design?. Understanding by Design Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe. “This book provides a conceptual framework, design process and template, and an accompanying set of design standards.”

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Patchogue-Medford UbD Curriculum Group


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Understanding by DesignGrant Wiggins and Jay McTighe

What is backward design?


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Understanding by DesignGrant Wiggins and Jay McTighe

  • “This book provides a conceptual framework, design process and template, and an accompanying set of design standards.”

  • “It offers a way to design or redesign any curriculum to make student understanding more likely.”


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Worth being

familiar with.

Important to

know and do.

Enduring

Understanding.

Wiggins & McTighe, p. 10


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Interpretation

Explanation

Application

Enduring

Understanding

has

Six Facets

Self-

Knowledge

Perspective

Empathy

Wiggins & McTighe, Chapter 3


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the Backward

Design

Process…

  • Suggests a planning sequence with three stages:

    • Identify desired results

    • Determine acceptable evidence

    • Plan learning experiences and instruction


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Curriculum Designing versus Classroom Planning (and Classroom Management).


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Understanding by DesignGrant Wiggins and Jay McTighe

  • Stage One: Identify desired results

    • What overarching understandings are desired?

    • What are the overarching essential questions?

    • What will students understand as a result of this unit

    • or lesson?

    • What essential and unit/lesson questions will focus this unit/lesson?


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Understanding by DesignGrant Wiggins and Jay McTighe

  • Stage Two: Determine acceptable evidence

  • What evidence will show that students understand?

    • Performance tasks

    • Projects

    • Quizzes

    • Tests

    • Academic prompts

    • Other evidence…observations, work samples, dialogues

    • Student self-assessment


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Understanding by DesignGrant Wiggins and Jay McTighe

  • Stage Three: Plan learning experiences and instruction

    • What knowledge and skills are needed?

    • What teaching and learning experiences will equip students to demonstrate the targeted understandings?

  • Now the activities can be developed!


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    Learning experiences and activities should evolve after identifying desired results and determining acceptable evidence.


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    Grant Wiggins is fond of quoting Mae West:

    Backward design takes time and should be planned for when time is available.

    Grant Wiggins says plan on one well-designed “gourmet” lesson per year when you start and seek the support of colleagues.

    “If it is worth doing, it is worth doing slowly.”


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    New York State Academy of Teaching and Learning

    http://www.nysatl.nysed.gov


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