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  1. Graphic Intelligence: Integrating Graphic Organizers and Connecting that Integration to Assessment Playing with Possibilities: Beirut 2012

  2. Objective for this session… Extend our understanding of and ability to apply graphic organizers: Ranking Ladders, Venn Diagrams, Fish Bone Diagrams, Mind Mapping and Concept Mapping. And more importantlt, to sense how to integrate multiple graphic organizers and how integration connects to student assessment.

  3. Agenda Sequence • Instructional Intelligence • Thinking • Concept Formation • Graphic Organizers

  4. Graphic Organizers… • Focus on Mind Maps and Concept Maps • Fish Bone Diagrams • Venn Diagrams • Ranking Ladders

  5. Overview of Instructional Intelligence • Instructional intelligence involves: • Knowledge of the learner • Knowledge of curriculum • Knowledge of assessment • Knowledge of instruction • Knowledge of change • Knowledge of systemic change

  6. UnconsciousSeamless

  7. IntentionalConscious

  8. CBAM (Concerns Based Adoption Model) • Levels of Use • Non-User • Orientation • Preparation • Mechanical • Routine • Refined • Integrative • Refocusing • Levels of Concern • No Concerns • Awareness • Information • Personal • Impact on Students • Collaborative

  9. You need to understand ‘types’ of thinking and ‘levels’ of thinking • Types of Thinking • Inductive • Deductive • Ranking • Predicting • Sequence • Inquiry • Prioritizing • Identify • Levels of Thinking • Synthesis • Evaluation • Analysis • Application • Comprehension • Recall

  10. One component of “Knowledge of Instruction” is … Graphic Organizers

  11. What do you already know? With a partner, take about two minutes and identify all the graphic organizers you have seen and hopefully experienced.

  12. Compare your list with this list - and there is no doubt more. Fish Bone, Concept Map, Mind Map, Flow Chart, Time Line, Word Web, Venn Diagram, Ranking Ladder etc.

  13. LET’S PLAY WITH ONE

  14. Ranking Ladder • identify your top 3 places to visit • rank them from first to last to visit • identify what is missing from your ranking ladder • how do you get students to develop the skills to identify criteria for ranking?

  15. RANKING LADDER

  16. PMI • What are the PLUSES, MINUSES and IMPORTANT things to consider about Supply Teaching. • How does PMI assist students to more precisely/thoughtfully rank ideas. NOTE: PMI is one of 60 critical thinking tactics from de Bono’s CoRT program.

  17. Ranking Graphic Organizers According to their Complexity • Please rank the graphic organizers below using a Ranking Ladder. Fish Bone, Concept Map, Mind Map, Flow Chart, Time Line, Word Web, Venn Diagram, Ranking Ladder

  18. RANKING LADDER

  19. One Perspective • Concept Map • Mind Map • Fish Bone • Venn Diagram • Ranking Ladder • Time Line • Flow Chart • Word Web

  20. What type of thinking and level of thinking do Mind Maps and Concept Maps Invoke?

  21. Types of Thinking Inductive Deductive Ranking Predicting Sequence Inquiry Prioritizing Levels of Thinking • Synthesis Evaluation Analysis Application Comprehension Recall ‘TYPES’ of thinking and‘LEVELS’ of thinking

  22. GIVEN • Concept Maps and Mind Maps (if done properly) ask students to first identify what they know and then classify that knowledge into categories -- therefore -- it must be analysis re levels of thinking and inductive thinking regarding types of thinking.

  23. So what is the Type and Level of Thinking? • Venn Diagram • Fish Bone Diagram • Ranking Ladder

  24. Mind Map/Concept Maps DIRECTIONS: • Put your chairs in circles – say groups of 6 • Analyze Mind Maps or Concept Maps • Identify the critical attributes of MM or CM • Create Venn Diagram • Compare with another table • Share with larger group • Listen to mini-lecture/group discussion

  25. Venn Diagram Mind Map Concept Map

  26. 2 Dimensional and 3 Dimensional Shapes: What do they have in common? 2 Dimensional 3 Dimensional

  27. Venn Diagram Mind Map Concept Map Start in centre Radiate out Colour Pictures Start at top Linking words on line Hierarchical Cross Links

  28. Mind Maps Start in the centre Radiate out hierarchically Key words (concepts) Images Colour Cross Links Concept Maps Usually start at the top Radiates down/out hierarchically Key words (concepts) Linking words Cross links with words Mind Maps and Concept Maps

  29. has contains includes such as for example may have found in are part of are transforms enhances destroys digests activates needs controls magnifies increases transports reflects breaks down made up of How are the linking words on the left different from those on the right? TESTERS

  30. Trees need Roots Mirrors reflect Light Forks and Spoons Protagonist however Did Not Muscles act like Levers Triangles have 3 angles Rocks in the Soil Bears as well as Raccoons Linking Words … how are the blue linking words different from the red?

  31. plants require water magnets attract most metals planets including the moon cars have engines poetry such as haiku verbs can be conjugated explorers are courageous friction causes heat food on the table Linking Word TestersBlue or Red?

  32. plants require water magnets attract most metals planets including the moon cars have engines poetry such as haiku verbs can be conjugated explorers are courageous friction causes heat food on the table Linking Word TestersBlue or Red?

  33. Two Types of Linking Words • Descriptive or Passive:they illustrate the students ability to recall and comprehend relationships between two concepts • Cause and Effect or Dynamic:they illustrate the students ability to analyze, synthesize or evaluate relationships between two concepts

  34. Assessment • For learning (formative) • Of learning (summative) • Matching our instruction with our assessment • Applying instruction in assessment • Where do graphic organizers fit?

  35. a sample provincial outcome • By the end of grade six students will demonstrate their understanding of the four types of motion: oscillating, linear, reciprocating, and rotational. • This has explicit and implicit implications.

  36. Explicit Level of Thinking re assessment • This outcome tells kids they will be assessed at the comprehension level of Bloom’s Taxonomy -- they will have to explain each in their own words and be able to generate examples of each type of motion

  37. Implicit level at which the teacher will have to teach • This outcome also informs teachers that they will most likely have to teach it at the analysis level of thinking re Bloom’s Taxonomy as the students will have to understand the similarities and differences between the four types of motion. SO…

  38. What type of thinking does this outcome encourage? • Inductive thinking -- the students will have to classify the different types of motion -- so, give them some pictures, say 4 or 5 of each, put the pictures in an envelop, have the students work in pairs to classify them -- then do a Jigsaw on each of the four -- then do a Venn Diagram or Fish Bone or Mind Map on the 4 types of motion

  39. What instructional methods do you have that push analysis? • Venn Diagrams • Fish Bone Diagrams • Mind Maps • Concept Maps • Concept Attainment • Concept Formation