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Quadrant D = Dynamic Lessons. Kathy Laney Hicksville High School. Rigor and Relevance Framework. Shifts the Focus from Teaching to Learning. Quadrant D Lessons. Prepares students for life beyond the classroom.

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quadrant d dynamic lessons
Quadrant D = Dynamic Lessons
  • Kathy Laney
  • Hicksville High School
rigor and relevance framework
Rigor and Relevance Framework
  • Shifts the Focus from
  • Teaching to Learning
quadrant d lessons
Quadrant D Lessons
  • Prepares students for life beyond the classroom.
  • Requires the student to think about a problem using the knowledge they have acquired.
  • Uses 21st century skills.
qualities to consider in a quadrant d lesson
Is the lesson I am teaching for application?

Acquiring knowledge to complete work to apply to something

Is the lesson real world?

Application is the same as it would be for adults in a job

Standards for performance are the same for adult roles

Is there only one “right way” or can the end product be unique or unpredictable?

Are there multiple variables that will affect the product?

Is the outcome unpredictable or potentially different every time?

Are there unknown factors such as (environment, people, time)?

Qualities to Consider in a Quadrant D Lesson
classroom example
Classroom Example
  • Eugenics Project: Students explore the Eugenics Archive from the Dolan DNA Center and create a persuasive video applying the lessons of the past to today’s problems.
  • Students decide what information and current problems are relevant.
Group Position on Eugenics
  • Topic Focus of Visual Project:
  • --Past (areas from website)
  • --Present (modern application)
  • Program for visual project: ______________________________
  • Key Points to Make:
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • How will you achieve emotional appeal:
  • Storyboard template (in Pages or Keynote) completed and attached.
Projects uploaded to YouTube for review for extra credit
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpl7l_HPgbw
  • Finished project uploaded to class blog
thank you questions
Thank you. Questions?
  • Kathy Laney
  • Hicksville High School
  • [email protected]
  • http://wiki.hicksvilleschools.org/groups/hsbiology/