. Meaningful ChangeMakes a difference and has a positive impact on student learning.1. Knowledge2. Conditions of support. The Work of Professional Learning Communities and TIA. What is that we want our students to learn?How will we know they have learned and learned well?How
1. Total Instructional Alignment Defining, Designing, and Aligning Educational Systems for Learning Presented by
3. The Work of Professional Learning Communities and TIA What is that we want our students to learn?
How will we know they have learned and learned well?
How will we respond to those students who have not learned?
How will we challenge those that have learned?
4. Total Instructional Alignment
Ten Common Myths
5. Curriculum Alignment and Instructional Alignment are synonyms.
6. 2. Instructional Alignment is encouraging teachers to “teach the test.”
7. If we hold our breath, this accountability thing will go away.
8. Innovations, in and of themselves, can improve results on student assessments.
9. Standards and expectations are synonyms.
10. 6. Standards stifle creativity.
11. 7. The new mission of schools, compulsory “learning for all”, can be delivered in the old system of compulsory “attendance for all!”
12. Give them the standards and teachers will figure it all out.
13. A school or school district can “do” Instructional Alignment during a summer workshop.
14. The textbook is my curriculum.
Deep Understanding 1
Total Instructional Alignment ensures equity in learning opportunities for all students through alignment of standards, curriculum, assessment, and instruction.
What Is Total Instructional Alignment?
17. The Three Domains of Total Instructional Alignment
21. Deep Understanding 2
Alignment of time structures through flexible scheduling and grouping practices ensures students the opportunity to learn based on their unique learning clocks.
24. What Affects Time Spent? Perseverance
25. What Affects Time Needed? Aptitude
Quality of instruction
32. The Dog Test
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36. Drilling Deeper: TIA Tools and Processes
38. Effective Implementation of TIA:
Tools and Processes
39. Essential Alignment Tools The congruence matrix
Task analysis to determine essential knowledge and skills
Effective ongoing assessment
Quality instructional strategies
41. Standards-Based/ Objective-Based Instruction
43. Higher-Order Thinking Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create (Revised Blooms’ Taxonomy)
52. Task Analysis
53. Task Analysis The learner will use correct form to swim freestyle without assistance a distance of 50 yards across the pool.
55. Advanced Math
The learner will find the zeroes, vertical asymptotes, and horizontal asymptotes of a basic function or a rational function through analysis of the polynomials in the numerator and denominator and sketch the graph of a rational function labeling the horizontal and vertical asymptotes and the x- and y- intercepts.
56. English II The learner will write a literary analysis to show understanding of repetition, mood/tone, maxims, anecdotes, and figurative language in Chinese and Japanese poetry.
57. Primary Math The learner will tell time to the hour, half hour, and quarter hour.
61. The Role of Formative Assessment Learn and Adjust Based on Data
62. Deep Understanding 3
Designing appropriate remediation and enrichment opportunities aligned to individual student needs ensures student learning success.
63. Effective Schools Are Data Driven and Results Oriented
64. Two Ways to View Assessment
67. The Leadership Factor
68. Contact Information Lisa Carter
3628 Lakeshore Drive
Hope Mills, NC 28348