Interactive Notebooks - Joseph Hill's English Classes at Carlmont High School. The interactive notebook serves you, the student of literature and language, as a library, a laboratory, and a journal.
Like a library, the interactive notebook serves as a storehouse of accumulated knowledge; like a laboratory, it serves as a means to pose meaningful, authentic questions and to seek their answers; like a journal, it serves as a medium both for personalizing knowledge and for reflection and as a means to foster intellectual and social growth and to develop excellent habits of mind. The interactive notebook will prove an invaluable tool in your quest to meet the goals of the course as they are articulated in the California standards for English and language arts and in the course description. How and why does the interactive notebook work? In short, the interactive notebook serves as a means to become an active and independent thinker and learner, to become, in fact, the best active and independent thinker and learner you can be. Materials 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2.
eWorkshop - Online Teaching Resource. Course: The Big 5 of Reading. 150 Teaching Methods. Lecture by teacher (and what else can you do!)
Class discussion conducted by teacher (and what else!) Recitation oral questions by teacher answered orally by students (then what!) Discussion groups conducted by selected student chairpersons (yes, and what else!) Lecture-demonstration by teacher (and then what 145 other techniques!) Lecture-demonstration by another instructor(s) from a special field (guest speaker) Presentation by a panel of instructors or students Presentations by student panels from the class: class invited to participate Student reports by individuals Student-group reports by committees from the class Debate (informal) on current issues by students from class Class discussions conducted by a student or student committee Forums Bulletin boards Small groups such as task oriented, discussion, Socratic Choral speaking Collecting Textbook assignments Reading assignments in journals, monographs, etc.
Attachment: 150 Teaching Methods [PDF, 33 KB] The Augmented Reality for Education Shelf. Flipped 2. Tutorial: Cognitive And Learning Strategies. WHAT ARE COGNITIVE AND LEARNING STRATEGIES Cognitive and learning strategies are those procedures that a student uses to succeed with a task that would be difficult without special effort.
Strategies can be external aids, like a calculator to help with difficult math problems, a clock and a calendar to help keep track of time, lists to remember things to do, a graphic organizer for complex tasks like writing a story, and the like. Or they can be communication strategies, like asking for help. Or they can be internal mental procedures, like repeating information in ones head or creating associations in order to make the information more memorable. Cognitive Strategies. A cognitive strategy is a mental process or procedure for accomplishing a particular cognitive goal.
For example, if students' goals are to write good essays, their cognitive strategies might include brainstorming and completing an outline. The cognitive strategies that students use influence how they will perform in school, as well as what they will accomplish outside of school. Researchers have found that effective learners and thinkers use more effective strategies for reading, writing, problem solving, and reasoning than ineffective learners and thinkers. Instruction/Cognitive Strategies. Cognitive Strategies [Teacher Tools] [Case Studies]
College of Education and Human Sciences. Parent IEP Binder - Miss Click's Class. Parent Resource Binder Materials, Handouts, Links, & InformationSome of the information in the Parent Resource Binders I created for everybody is web-based or at least available online, in addition to the copies I've sent home - you'll find those links here.
In addition, here are the table of contents, files, and links to other binder materials I can post on my website. There is tons of other information in your binder, so I hope it's a resource you are using, but this might help you find additional information related to those resources I've already provided. I'm also attaching some of the data collection forms I use in the classroom as many of you have expressed interest in my data collection methods (my methods may be quirky, but they work!).
Simplek12.titanpad. July 16 15 Free Apps to Promote Creativity Through Creation - Google Slides. Simplek12.titanpad. Upping the Ante: Developing Critical Thinking Skills with Mobile Learning Activi. Problem loading page. Simplek12.titanpad. Simplek12.titanpad. Simplek12.titanpad. Problem loading page. What's New in Google Forms. Problem loading page. An Intro to Google Drive and Tools. An Intro to Google Drive and Tools. Simplek12.titanpad. SK12. Thanks for joining my Simple K12 session!
Resources from my most recent live webinar are listed below. Watching a recorded webinar? Send me an email if you have specific questions or would like extra resources! Questions? Looking to book a workshop or keynote? Freebie form not loading below? Recent Webinars: July 9, 2016 Easy Formative Assessment with Google Forms July 7, 2016 Creation Tools for Web Browsers: Projects for Students on Chromebooks June 8, 2016 Increase Achievement and Understanding in the Math Classroom Using Screencasting.
15 Free Apps for Classroom Management. Student Learning, Outcomes Assessment, and Accreditation. VALUE Rubrics (Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education): The VALUE Rubrics project is sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U).
Teams of higher education faculty and staff drafted institutional level rubrics for 15 of the AAC&U Essential Learning Outcomes (LEAP project) which, when achieved by a liberal education, prepares students for twenty-first-century challenges. The VALUE Rubrics reflect faculty expectations for essential learning across the nation regardless of type of institution, mission, size, or location, and contain the most commonly and broadly shared criteria or core characteristics considered critical for judging the quality of student work in that outcome area. Click each learning outcome below to retrieve the corresponding VALUE rubric. If you would like to download all of the rubrics in one PDF document, please click here.
TeachingWorks. High-Leverage Practices The heart of the TeachingWorks strategy is to ensure that all teachers have the training necessary for responsible teaching.
We focus on a core set of fundamental capabilities that we call "high-leverage practices. " High-leverage practices are the basic fundamentals of teaching.
8 Characteristics Of A Great Teacher. 8 Characteristics Of A Great Teacher by Ian Lancaster What makes a teacher strong?
What differentiates the best from the rest? There’s no shortage of bodies (some dramatically misguided) attempting to solve this riddle. The answers are nebulous at best. 1. Confidence while teaching can mean any number of things, it can range from having confidence in your knowledge of the material being learned to having confidence that your teaching acumen is second to none. It’s the confidence that you know you’re in the right spot doing what you want to be doing and that no matter what transpires, having that time to spend with those young learners is going to be beneficial both for them and for yourself. 2.