Chapter 3 Teacher Planning. EDUC 2300 Introduction to Teaching. Planning is vital to teaching. Teachers estimate they spend between 10% and 20% of their working time each week on planning activities.
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Introduction to Teaching
This perspective puts the focus on goals and objectives as the first step in a sequential process.
Rational-Linear Planning Model
Nonlinear Planning Model
Consequences of Clear Instructional number of verbal behaviors that encouraged and developed student ideas.
Goals and Objectives
Instructional Goals and Objectives
Provide means to assess student learning
Provide focus and instructional intents to students
Result in smoothly running classrooms
Provide direction for instructional process
Planning and the Instructional Cycle performance, whereas inexperienced teachers attended most often to student interest and were more interested in keeping the class on task.
Planning prior to instruction
Learned society standards comes from and the role teachers play in selecting it.
State curriculum frameworks and standards
What is taught in Schools
Local curriculum frameworks and guides
Schoolwide curriculum agreements