A place where inspiration, creativity, and innovation chart the course for success.” . Southside Elementary Museums Magnet School. 2007-2008 School Year August 16, 2007. Welcome New Staff. Ms. Cruz (4 th Grade) Ms. Pace (1 st Grade) Ms. Rohani (Kindergarten) Mr. Amburoso (2 nd Grade)
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A place where inspiration, creativity, and innovation chart the course for success.”
2007-2008 School Year
August 16, 2007
“Life is what happens while you’re making other plans.”
I. Planning for Teaching and Learning
II. Managing the Learning Environment
III. Teacher/Learner Relationships
IV. Enhancing & Enabling Learning
V. Enabling Thinking
VI. Classroom-Based Assessment of Learning
VII. Professional Responsibilities
Domain I: Planning for Teaching and Learning
Managing both student behavior and student learning
II.A. Time Management
II.B. Learning Routines
II.C. Learner Engagement
II.D. Managing Engagement in Learning
II.E. Monitoring and Maintaining Learner Behavior
III.B.1 Comments, questions, examples, demonstrations, and/or other contributions are sought from or by learners throughout the lesson.
III.B.3 Fairness and impartiality are evident in interactions with and among learners.continued
III.B.4 Learners are given reasons for actions, decisions, and/or directives as needed.
Give all your learners the same consideration.
Learners have opportunities to learn on more than one cognitive and/or performance level or to integrate knowledge and understandings (IV.D.1).
Content knowledge is accurate and logical to learners (IV.D.3). continued
Different words or examples are used in clarification **OR** no clarification is needed (IV.E.2).
Misunderstandings or difficulties are successfully clarified as appropriate **OR** no misunderstandings or difficulties occur (IV.E.4).
Involvement in the development of thinking skills suggests more in depth cognitive activity than being at task.
V. B. Questioning Strategies
When learners are asked to:
Stimulate higher order thinking skills
Teacher - Learner
Learner - Teacher
Learner - Learner
Teacher - Teacher
V.C. Problem Solving and Creative Thinking
A. Monitoring Engagement and/or Involvement in Learning
B. Informal Assessment
Miami-Dade County Public Schools
“Your function is not to reinvent the work you did last year but to identify and organize the students who need help the most and to teach them.”
"To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe."
-- Anatole France
- Phillips Brooks
- Corita Kent
Laboring toward distant aims sets the mind in a higher key, and puts us at our best.
- C.H. Parkhurst