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  1. Chapter Nine Planning for Learning rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  2. Key to Remember • It is possible to use Multiple opinions, approaches to designing activities • Think Differentiated Instruction rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  3. Questions you should ask • 1. What is your desired result? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  4. Questions you should ask • What are the targeted performances rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  5. Questions you should ask • What instructional approaches will help achieve the goals? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  6. Questions you should ask • What do the students need to achieve the result? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  7. Questions you should ask • What is the best use of your time with the students? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  8. See UbD Matrix p. 193-94 for detailed descriptions rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  9. Engaging Lesson Design • Thought provoking • Fascinating • Energizing • It makes sense to try hard rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  10. Effective Lesson Design • Learners become • Productive • Perform to high standards • Surpass expectations • Develop skill • Self Reflection rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  11. Questions to ask about the students • When are the kids engaged in and out of school • Why • What keeps them going • How does the activity transfer • ****Hint “Needs satisfaction”**** rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  12. When is a student most productive? • Hands on? • Mysterious problems? • Variety? • Choices? • ***Hint- get into the student Quality World*** become important to the student rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  13. Characteristics of good designsAsk these questions of yourself • Are the performance goals clear? • Are there explicit challenges? • Is it hands on • Is it minimally front end loaded • DI/ Teacher sage on the stage • Are important questions, issues raised? • Real world applications? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  14. Characteristics of good designsAsk these questions of yourself • Relevant feedback? • Personalized? • Clear models? • Time for focused reflection? • Lots of teaching methods? • Is the environment safe? • Are you a facilitator or info giver? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  15. Characteristics of good designsAsk these questions of yourself • Is there a big picture/ reason for work provided? • Is this an immersion experience? • Education vs. Schoolwork rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  16. An example of an experience:Rube Goldberg Contest • Standard: Integration of Knowledge and Ideas • RST.6-8.7., 8., 9 • Question: • What would you need to know if you wanted to be a Scientist/Engineer • How would you know that you knew it? • How could you teach this invention to someone else? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  17. Assumptions by Mr. R. • You work on this project each day at home • You show evidence of your progress with pictures, videos, or photos • You are asking questions each day rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  18. Lesson Plan:Day one Carousal learning, intro • Present Rube Goldberg videos • Why are these things crazy • How did an engineer put this together • What science is working in the video • What would you like to know about this invention • How does this work in REAL life? • What crazy, funny inventions come to your mind? • No violence, must meet Responsible, Respectful, Safe rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  19. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lGkqZLgWHQ • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNTTxlPifds&NR=1 • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFzumAZAGMs&feature=related rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  20. Rube Goldberg ContestDay 2. • Your invention must: • Have 5-8 steps • Show how science works • Answer a question of your choice • How to build a better mouse trap • How to mash potatoes • Should be able to be used in real life outside of school • Prove that it works • Have data and a design model so someone else can use it rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  21. Rube Goldberg Day 3 • Form groups: • Can you work with these two kids? • What will it look like? • How will you know? • How will I know? • What behaviors- observable can I see? • Teacher has the last word if you can’t decide • Discuss behavior, practice behavior, dissect behavior rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  22. Rube Goldberg Day 4-5-6 • By the end of day 4- Have: • Idea • Sketch • Parts list • Written proposal • Explanation of the project ( verbal and written) ***Bring examples of projects past, videos,*** Invite an Engineer to class rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  23. Rube GoldbergDay 5 • By the end of day 5 you should have: • Parts in class • List of who is doing what at home • Beginning stages of building • Written questions: • How? • What if? • ***Highlight examples of appropriate teamwork, progress. • *** discuss with kids*** rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  24. Rube GoldbergDay 6 • By the end of day 6, you should have: • Written paper • Praise, polish, question regarding our progress • How can we get better, even better • ***discuss how this work is education vs. schoolwork*** • Discuss “How do scientists work?” • Homework: Interview an older person- “What is science all about? How has science changed since you were in school? “ rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  25. Day 7-8-9 • Day 7- Continue to build • Show your project on a chart • Develop/Write your presentation in paragraph form rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  26. Day 8 • Finish building • Make it high quality • Colorful • Fun? • Interesting? • Finish Presentation • Does everyone speak even a little? • Does everyone have a job • Can everyone explain how science and engineering work rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  27. Day 9 • Practice the invention • Tweak it for problems • Fill out the praise polish and question sheet somehow • Sentences • Pictures • Paragraphs • Other rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  28. How will Mr. R know that you learned something? • Answer these questions • How is an engineer different from a carpenter • What school skills help you in science/engineering • Where else can you use your invention? • What did you experience? More than I had fun. • What data did you keep? Why was it important? rospenda chapter 9 wiggins

  29. How will Mr. R know you learned something? • You have an invention • You worked on it with each other • You can tell me, show me, present to me, what you did by yourself • You can tell me how you would change the invention rospenda chapter 9 wiggins