Introduction edTPA INTERDISCIPLINARY MODULE SERIES Teaching for Learning (Module 1 ) The module will be piloted in HIED 4319 – fall 2013 as An instructional support tool Data that aligns with pilot implementation edTPA MIDG Spring 2013 Results Content Area # Rubric 1 Rubric 3 Rubric 5
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This module consists of strategies that emphasize three elements: (a) lesson planning, (b) lesson design, and (c) lesson implementation. The planning element addresses the question of how to identify what should be taught to obtain a specified learning outcome. The design element addresses the question of how to refine the preliminary sequence of what is to be taught. The implementation element addresses the question of how to incorporate key features of effective teaching of a multi-day lesson. All of these elements must be addressed effectively if desired achievement outcomes will result from a 3-5-lesson edTPA instructional sequence or longer units of instruction related to the required subject area central focus. Specifically, Module 1components supports and strengthens teacher candidates preparation of edTPA Planning Commentary prompts 1, 3, & 5 (Planning for Instruction, Using Knowledge of Students to Inform Instruction, and Planning Assessments to Monitor and Support Student Learning).
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How do the candidate’s plans build young adolescents’ understandings of facts, concepts, and interpretations or analyses to build and support arguments about historical events, a topic/theme, or social studies phenomenon?
Rubric 3: Using Knowledge of Students to Inform Teaching and Learning
How does the candidate use knowledge of his/her students to justify instructional plans?
Rubric 5: Planning Assessments to Monitor and Support Student Learning
How are the informal and formal assessments selected or designed to monitor young adolescents’ progress toward understanding and use of facts, concepts, and interpretations or analyses to build arguments?