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Top 20 Teachers Bernabei, Cody, Sweeney. Presented by: Thelma Luna Christopher O. Park Mary Lou Rodriguez. Chapter 9 Answer the Relevancy Question: “What’s in it for Me?”. Mountain of Learning: Confusion Rocks! Confusion: “I don’t get it.” Goal: “Aha! I get it now.”. Goal. CONFUSION.

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Top 20 teachers bernabei cody sweeney

Top 20 TeachersBernabei, Cody, Sweeney

Presented by:

Thelma Luna

Christopher O. Park

Mary Lou Rodriguez


Chapter 9 answer the relevancy question what s in it for me
Chapter 9Answer the Relevancy Question:“What’s in it for Me?”

  • Mountain of Learning: Confusion Rocks!

    Confusion: “I don’t get it.”

    Goal: “Aha! I get it now.”

Goal

CONFUSION


Memorization or realization
Memorization or Realization

  • Memorization: Take information, store it and later repeat the information back to teacher.

  • No grasp of the significance of event.

  • Need to know meaning.

  • Delivering data to be memorized is no longer a teacher’s primary purpose.

  • Realizations: Offer students connections in their learning.

  • Allows students to apply their learning to situations that are meaningful in their lives.


Learning in the moment and after the fact
Learning ‘In the Moment’ and ‘After the Fact’

  • In The Moment (ITM)- After seeing one example students understand how to solve problem.

  • After The Fact (ATF) – Do not understand until they see multiple examples.

    Students are different and they might be ITM learners in one class but ATF learners in another.


But what s in it for me
But what’s in it for me?

  • Students

  • “What’s in it for me?”

  • “This is stupid.”

  • “We’ve learned this before.”

  • “When am I ever going to use this?”


Content and grades
Content and Grades

  • Course content is important

  • Grades have served as a huge incentive for students

  • Grades are effective motivators for the small percentage of student's who excel and earn the high grades.

  • (Publish grades and rankings of all teachers on staff each week?)


Building intellectual muscle
Building Intellectual Muscle

  • Life is about problem solving.

  • Careers are about problem solving.

  • Poorly developed intellectual muscle will have a difficult time surviving and thriving.


Star qualities the hidden curriculum
Star Qualities: The Hidden Curriculum

  • Personal developmental character traits that young people acquire as they mature into young adults.

  • Responsibility, Self-motivation, organization, and patience are Star Qualities.

  • Reduce negative mental habits that become roadblocks to success in school and life.


Chapter 10 keep stupid in the box
Chapter 10 Keep Stupid in the Box

  • One of the greatest roadblocks to a students success is his belief that he is stupid.

  • This belief stems from the students repeated feelings of being stupid.

  • Students chance of success is greatly diminished.


Real experiences
Real Experiences

  • Examples of teachers feeling stupid are when they:

  • Don’t know the answer to a students question.

  • Are confused with computers or technology.

  • Forget someone’s name.

  • Are late for a meeting.


Letting stupid out of the box
Letting Stupid Out of the Box

  • Real Experiences

  • Real Experiences (Equals)

STUPID

STUPID


Five causes of stupid
Five Causes of Stupid

  • 1. Called- Dumb, idiot, special, retard, moron, etc. Non-verbal expressions, being laughed at

  • 2. Comparison- Compare themselves to others or are compared to others.

  • 3. Confusion- When they don’t know or understand something.

  • 4 Can’t- Students feel stupid when they CAN’T do something, when they fail at something or make mistakes.

  • 5. Certain Situations- Students feel stupid when they find themselves in certain situations. Placed in a certain class, participate in certain activities, need help.


Reactions to feeling stupid
Reactions to Feeling Stupid

  • Withdraw- Back away from experiences, quit school, quit participating in school.

  • Pretend- Fake responses to that their stupidity is not detected by others.

  • React Emotionally- Feel embarrassed, angry, upset, sad, worried, nervous, stressed.

  • Judge- “I’m not good enough” “I’m stupid” “I don’t know anything”

  • Act Out- Misbehave in class or on the playground.

  • Become Defensive- Defend themselves by judging their classes or teachers.

  • Become Motivated-Work harder or study more in order to be better. Produce positive results.

  • Become Numb-Students feel that being numb is better than dumb. Apathy is one form of numb: “I don’t care. Whatever.”


Top 20 teachers are aware of stupid
Top 20 Teachers are Aware of Stupid

  • Stupid has had a devastating effect on the lives and learning of American youth.

  • Minimizes the potential of our students.

  • Minimize stupid in our schools and its negative effect and get stupid back in the box.


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