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Infusing the 9 Classroom Instructional Strategies that Work into Action. Staff Development, ESU 8 Carol Jessen, [email protected] Deb Wragge, [email protected] . Objectives - TLW:.

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Infusing the 9 classroom instructional strategies that work into action

Infusing the 9 Classroom Instructional Strategies that Work into Action

Staff Development, ESU 8

Carol Jessen, [email protected]

Deb Wragge, [email protected]


Objectives tlw

Objectives - TLW:

  • Experience through hands-on and direct participation, the Nine Categories of Instructional Strategies as a participant and learner

  • Increase the purposeful application of the Nine Categories of Instructional Strategies in the classroom

  • Explore, test and implement learning environments which stretch or enhance current classroom practice


Agenda

Agenda -

  • 12:45 – Opening Comments

    • Objectives, Agenda, Setting the Stage

  • 12:55 – PD360 Training - Carol

    • Instructional Strategies - CITW - Secondary Edition - Incorporating Cooperative Learning Effectively

  • 1:25 – Infusing the 9 Classroom Instruction that Works into Action – Deb and Carol

    • Please take a self-break before Reinforcing Effort & Providing Feedback

  • 3:00 – Dismissal


The framework for instructional planning

The Framework for Instructional Planning


T eaching and learning in the second decade of the 21 st century

Teaching and Learning in the second decade of the 21st Century

  • Teachers today face:

    • Increasingly diverse classrooms, both culturally and linguistically

    • Declining student enthusiasm for school

    • Developing new skills or modifying existing skills to meet the needs of the students


3 principles of learning to guide 21 st century learning

3 Principles of Learning to Guide 21st Century Learning

  • Students:

    • Come with prior understandings and experiences, teachers must address and build upon this prior knowledge

    • Must have factual and conceptual knowledge to develop a deeper understanding and to effectively retrieve and apply knowledge in real-world contexts

    • Learn more effectively when they are aware of how they learn and know how to monitor and reflect on their learning


Linda darling hammon etal 2008

Focusing on these principles will help teachers prepare students to meet the demands they will face as part of the workforce – solving problems flexibly, thinking critically, and using their knowledge and skills in new situations.

Linda Darling-Hammonetal., 2008


Infusing the 9 classroom instructional strategies that work into action

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The Framework for Instructional Planning


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