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National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). Framework for Effective Teaching. PE Coordinator’s Mini-Conference Wednesday, March 14, 2012. Co-Presenters. Brett Fuller Curriculum Specialist: Health, Physical Education, Safe and Drug Free Schools  Milwaukee Public Schools

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National association for sport and physical education naspe

National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE)

Framework for Effective Teaching

PE Coordinator’s Mini-Conference

Wednesday, March 14, 2012


Co presenters

Co-Presenters

Brett Fuller

Curriculum Specialist: Health, Physical Education, Safe and Drug Free Schools

 Milwaukee Public Schools

Milwaukee, WI

Phone: 414-475-8057

www.wellnessandpreventionoffice.org

Judy LoBianco

Supervisor of Health, Physical Education and Nursing Services

South Orange-Maplewood Schools

Maplewoood, New Jersey

Phone: 973-762-5600 x. 1093

[email protected]


Frameworks for effective teaching

Frameworks for Effective Teaching

Hunter

Marzano

Danielson

CHPUC (Characteristics of High Performing Urban Classrooms)

MPS Instructional Observation Form


Framework for teaching

Framework for Teaching

Planning and Preparation

Classroom Environment

Instruction

Professional Responsibilities

(Danielson, 1996, 2007)


Planning and preparation

Planning and Preparation

Selecting instructional goals

Demonstrating knowledge of content and pedagogy

Demonstrating knowledge of students

Demonstrating knowledge of resources

Designing coherent instruction

Assessing student learning

Planning: develops written lesson plans compatible w/ MPS goals

High Expectations: communicates that students are expected to achieve at high levels

High Expectations based on Learning Targets

High Expectations for All

Learning Goals, Track Progress, Celebrate Success

Knowledge: exhibits accurate and current knowledge of grade level(s) and subject area(s)

Lessons organized in a cohesive Unit

Strategic Instructional Choices

Planning: organizes materials and resources necessary

Routine use of variety of assessments


Classroom environment

Classroom Environment

Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport

Establishing a Culture of Learning

Managing Classroom Procedures

Managing Student Behaviors

Organizing Physical Space

Effective relationships w/ students

Active engagement of student learners

Instruction: engages students in active practice and involvement in the learning process…

Engage students

Cultural responsiveness

Instruction: models respect…

Instruction: motivates and encourages active participation by students from various cultural, linguistic, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds

Rules & procedures

Classroom management: maintains appropriate student behaviors…

Adherence to rules & procedures


Instruction

Instruction

Communicating clearly and accurately

Using questioning and discussion techniques

Engaging students in learning

Providing feedback to students

Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness

High Expectations based on Learning Targets

Identifies and shares learning objectives with students

Involves all students in dialogue which encourages questioning and higher level, critical thinking

Interact w/ New Knowledge

Deepen Understanding of New Knowledge

Test Hypotheses about New Knowledge

Engage Students

Provides opportunities for students to reflect o their own learning and performance and to learn from each other

Strategic instructional Choices

Active Engagement of Student Learners

Cultural Responsiveness


Professional responsibilities

Professional Responsibilities

  • Reflecting on teaching

  • Maintaining accurate records

  • Communicating w/ families

  • Contributing to the school and district

  • Growing and developing professionally

  • Showing professionalism

  • Impassioned, Engaged Adult Learners

  • Partnerships w/ Families & Community

  • Collaboration w/ Colleagues

  • Attitude: serves as a positive role model for all students

  • Attitude: sets a positive tone

  • Attitude: addresses expressions of discrimination fairly, firmly, and consistently

  • Attitude: reflects confidence in his/her own ability to teach


What have we learned from these

What have we learned from these?

Skillful teachers are made, not born

Teaching is complex; can’t be reduced to a checklist of behaviors or strategies for every classroom, content area, grade, learning objective, student

Effective teachers have rich repertoires of professional practice and are skilled at “making the match” between standard, student, situation, and strategy

Effective teachers have more than one way to handle a given teaching situation

What will we do differently?


Questions

Questions????

Brett Fuller

Curriculum Specialist: Health, Physical Education, Safe and Drug Free Schools

 Milwaukee Public Schools

Milwaukee, WI

Phone: 414-475-8057

www.wellnessandpreventionoffice.org

Judy LoBianco

Supervisor of Health, Physical Education and Nursing Services

South Orange-Maplewood Schools

Maplewoood, New Jersey

Phone: 973-762-5600 x. 1093

[email protected]


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