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New Teacher Orientation. Day 3. Review Homework Balanced Assessment Practices Questions about Unit Planning Delve into Lesson Planning with Resources Continue building our team!. Goals for Today. Energizer. You’re not alone!. Feel Like You’re Building a Plane in the Air? .
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New Teacher Orientation Day 3
Review Homework • Balanced Assessment Practices • Questions about Unit Planning • Delve into Lesson Planning with Resources • Continue building our team! Goals for Today
You’re not alone! Feel Like You’re Building a Plane in the Air?
Enduring Understandings about Learner Outcomes Making learner outcomes visible to students throughout the learning process helps students make connections and be actively involved in their learning. Teaching from the outcomes and to the outcomes—and aligning instruction and assessment with the outcomes—deepens student learning.
1.Engagement “I’m in the zone” Schlechty’s 5 levels of Engagement
2. Strategic Compliance • This better be worth my time! If it is, I’ll commit, if not, I’ll quit.” Schlechty’s 5 levels of Engagement
3. Ritual Compliance • What do I have to do to get this over with and get out of here?” Schlechty’s 5 levels of Engagement
4. Retreatism • I’d rather be_______________.” “What’s the point of this?” Schlechty’s 5 levels of Engagement
5. Rebellion “ You can’t make me…!” Schlechty’s 5 levels of Engagement
1. Think back to when you were in high school. You are entering math class. Think about your teacher and your experience within that class. Rate your level of engagement. Rate Yourself
2. Think about your experience of earning your Bachelor of Education degree. Rate your level of engagement. Rate Yourself
3. You have just been given tickets to an Nickelbackconcert. What will be your level ofengagement? Rate Yourself
Scenario 1 • How did you rate yourself • Move to the rating that best describes you • 2 min. discussion • Spokesperson – share 1 reason why your group rated itself the way it did. • Scenario 2 • Scenario 3 Self Assessment
Thinking About What You Have Learning About 5 Levels of Engagement: • How will this information influence your teacher planning? Reflection
Living in a small town • Dress • Communication- colleagues, parents, students • Other… Professionalism
3 things to keep in mind … • How are you sharing outcomes with students? • How will you share outcomes with parents? Lesson Plans
Meeting Diverse Student Needs • Link to MI Lesson Planner • Time to Navigate & Explore Resources Personalization
Blackgold: http://www.blackgold.ab.ca/Resources/AISI/Great/Teacher.htm Teaching and Learning Resources: http://cesdteachtech.pbworks.com Other Sources – Professional Learning Communities resources; What’s Available in CESD http://cesdplcs.pbworks.com Websites of the Day
Moodle Teacher Websites Interactive Websites Student Gmail Google for Education Web 2.0 Tools Skype Digital Citizenship What’s Available? Technology in the Classroom
Don’t forget discussions from Monday (Schletchy) Many ways to engage students. Consider: What are students … Student Engagement
Hearing? Touching? Using? Creating? Doing? Seeing? Feeling?
Mentorship Summer Institute Information about Friday Exit Slip Closure:
Exit Slips One thing I will take away One thing I wish we could have done..