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Exit Ticket - The Teacher Toolkit

Exit Ticket - The Teacher Toolkit

3-2-1 - The Teacher Toolkit Printed from This strategy provides a structure for students to record their own comprehension and summarize their learning. It also gives teachers the opportunity to identify areas that need re-teaching, as well as areas of student interest. How to use 1. After the lesson, have each student record three things he or she learned from the lesson. 2. Next, have students record two things that they found interesting and that they’d like to learn more about. 3. Then, have students record one question they still have about the material. 4. Finally, the most important step is to review the students’ responses. *For Primary Grades PK-1, this strategy should be used in whole-group rather than as an independent task, with the teacher charting ideas. When to use Use Three-Two-One at any time during a lesson to encourage students to think about their learning: Variations Compare and Contrast 3-2-1 Reading 3-2-1 Pyramid 3-2-1

Think For Yourself - Before It's Too Late... Psykologilexikon - lexikon - ordbok i psykologi - hitta förklaringen till ordet här Eng: Socratic question [sɒˈkrætɪk ˈkwestʃən, səʊˈkrætɪk ˈkwestʃən]. Fråga av den typ som används i sokratisk frågeteknik (eng: Socratic questioning, Socratic questioning technique), sokratisk samtalsstil, sokratisk metod (eng: Socratic method, Socratic dialogue, method of elenchus, elenctic method, Socratic irony), uppkallad efter den grekiske filosofen Sokrates (470-399 f Kr). Sokratisk frågeteknik består enligt en vanlig missuppfattning i konsten att ställa frågor av typen: "Varför säger du det?" - "Vad exakt innebär det?" - "Kan du ge mig ett exempel på vad du menar?" Sokratisk metod Eng: Socratic method, Menthod of Elenchus, Socratic debate I Platons dialoger får man dock en annan bild av Sokrates. I till exempel dialogen Menon dribblar han provokativt med Menons åsikter. Dialektik Eng: dialectics Sokrates frågeteknik var alltså en helt annan än den som rekommenderas i nutida undervisning, psykoterapi och coaching. Maieutik Eng: maieutics En högre sanning

Full On Learning | Because learning is too important to be left to chance Lgr11-poesi för att tydliggöra mål, förväntningar och att bli ägare av sin egen inlärning Har du haft kylskåpspoesi vet du vad jag menar med Lgr11-poesi. Ni vet färdiga magneter med små ord på som man flyttar runt på kylskåpet så bildar det små dikter eller meningar. Min tanke med nedanstående ”poesi” är för att slippa sudda tavlan varje gång utan ge eleverna samma ord – varje gång du arbetar med samma förmåga. Jag förklarar vidare nedan. På min skola jobbar vi med BlackBoard Configuration. Ibland skriver jag själv till: Startuppgiften är till för att få igång metareflektionen och tänka efter vad man gjorde förra lektionen och vad man lärde sig. formulera sig och kommunicera i tal och skrift,läsa och analysera skönlitteratur och andra texter för olika syften,anpassa språket efter olika syften, mottagare och sammanhang,urskilja språkliga strukturer och följa språkliga normer, ochsöka information från olika källor och värdera dessa. Läxa skriver du om du har och vad. Du hittar Lgr11-poesi här! Du kanske är intresserad av hur mina elever arbetar med respons.

leading and learning 8 Practical Strategies to Ge to Know Your Students August 23, 2014 As a teacher, the first week of the new school year is always an exciting time for me as I get to deal with new classes and new students.There is always that deep-seated drive to know your students and learn about their learning styles, their previous academic background and what they expect from your class. Each teacher has her/his own strategy to get to know their students but now with the widespread of technology, a number of digital activities can be used to enable students to express themselves freely and articulate what they want others to know about them. Creating autobiographical trailers, audio clips, blog postings..etc are some examples of how students can use technology to introduce themselves to their peers and to their learning community. There are also a set of other interesting strategies that are not necessarily technology based and which teachers can use to get to know their students. 2-Ready, set, group! 3- Toss the name ball Students sit in a circle.

Questioning Toolkit Essential Questions These are questions which touch our hearts and souls. They are central to our lives. They help to define what it means to be human. Most important thought during our lives will center on such essential questions. What does it mean to be a good friend? If we were to draw a cluster diagram of the Questioning Toolkit, Essential Questions would be at the center of all the other types of questions. All the other questions and questioning skills serve the purpose of "casting light upon" or illuminating Essential Questions. Most Essential Questions are interdisciplinary in nature. Essential Questions probe the deepest issues confronting us . . . complex and baffling matters which elude simple answers: Life - Death - Marriage - Identity - Purpose - Betrayal - Honor - Integrity - Courage - Temptation - Faith - Leadership - Addiction - Invention - Inspiration. Essential Questions are at the heart of the search for Truth. Essential Questions offer the organizing focus for a unit.

50 Ways To Challenge Yourself As A Teacher 50 Ways To Challenge Yourself As Teacher by TeachThought Staff Growing as a teacher is all about challenging yourself–moving out of our comfort zone, trying something new. Here are 50 ideas to consider. Learn a second language fluently (preferably one that is increasingly spoken in your geographical area).Create a closed Google+ community for your classroom, and use it.Challenge the district internet filter and win.Make sure every unit has a meaningful product of some kind that leaves the classroom.Read a balance of “Why teach?” with “How to teach” content.Describe the approach to learning taken in your classroom in one sentence, then ask for feedback via your professional learning network on social media.Make sure parents understand that sentence, too.Resist corny email signatures that don’t inspire anyone.Give equal credit for questions and answers. 50 Ways To Challenge Yourself As Teacher

Förstelärare i Svedala | Inspiration och tips Jag har ibland undrat var slöjdprocessen slutar. I klassrummet? I hemmet? Eller kanske någon annanstans? Som pedagog har du kontroll över de olika delmoment som förväntas hända i klassrummet. För slöjdens del oftast kedjan inspiration => idé => skiss => arbetsplan => praktiskt genomförande => utvärdering och uppföljning. I januari hade jag varit föräldraledig i ett år och även om jag fått signaler om att klassen jag skulle ha inte fungerade riktigt som man kunde önska, hade jag nog inte tagit dessa signaler på tillräckligt stort allvar. Fortsätt läsa En resa mot trivsel och lärande I slutet av förra terminen provade jag en för mig ny strategi i en av mina klasser när vi skulle ta oss an en litteraturhistorisk epok. Fortsätt läsa Vad kan Sapfo lära oss om kärlek? Hur får man en undervisning som utmanar alla elever? Det som är god undervisning för elever i allmänhet är också bra för högpresterande elever. En kväll, i det som nu är framtiden, satt jag med en kopp kaffe framför tvn.

Story Map The Story Map interactive includes a set of graphic organizers designed to assist teachers and students in prewriting and postreading activities. The organizers are intended to focus on the key elements of character, setting, conflict, and resolution development. Students can develop multiple characters, for example, in preparation for writing their own fiction, or they may reflect on and further develop characters from stories they have read. After completing individual sections or the entire organizer, students have the ability to print out their final versions for feedback and assessment. The versatility of this tool allows it to be used in multiple contexts. Grades K – 2 | Lesson Plan | Standard Lesson Collaborative Stories 1: Prewriting and Drafting Students hone their teamwork skills and play off each other's writing strengths as they participate in prewriting activities for a story to be written collaboratively by the whole class. Grades K – 2 | Lesson Plan | Unit back to top

Many, Many Examples Of Essential Questions Many, Many Examples Of Essential Questions by Terry Heick Essential questions are, ask Grant Wiggins defines, “‘essential’ in the sense of signaling genuine, important and necessarily-ongoing inquiries.” These are grapple-worthy, substantive questions that not only require wrestling with, but are worth wrestling with–that could lead students to some critical insight in a 40/40/40-rule sense of the term. I collected the following set of questions through the course of creating units of study, most of them from the Greece Central School District in New York. Or maybe I’ll make a separate page for them entirely. Decisions, Actions, and Consequences What is the relationship between decisions and consequences? Social Justice What is social justice? Culture: Values, Beliefs & Rituals How do individuals develop values and beliefs? Adversity, Conflict, and Change How does conflict lead to change? Utopia and Dystopia How would we define a utopian society? Chaos and Order Constructing Identities Creation

Mikrolektioner ger effekt i Umeå ”Kära Kitty...” Precis som vanligt så fick klass fem vid Västangårds skola utanför Umeå bara en enda ledtråd i går. Redan då brukar funderingarna börja. Vem är Kitty? Hello Kitty? – Var det någon som kom på vad vi ska prata om idag? Några händer åker i luften. Det handlar förstås om Anne Frank, den judiska flickan som under andra världskrigets andra hälft skrev om sina upplevelser, gömd i ett lönnrum bakom en svängbar bokhylla i ett ockuperat Nederländerna. Har faktiskt aldrig varit med om att en årskurs 5 presterar så här bra.Micael Hermansson När Micael Hermansson berättar om judeförföljelserna i Europa, om kriget, om Anne Frank som samlade på filmstjärnor och älskade att skriva, som bara blev 15 år, då går tystnaden i klassrummet att ta på. Bara de skrapande pennorna hörs. I ungefär åtta, nio minuter berättar Micael Hermansson. I dag handlar det om Anne Frank, i går om något annat. För fem år sedan satt Micael Hermansson hemma och pluggade till SVT:s frågesport Vem vet mest.

To Teach Effective Writing, Model Effective Writing I strive to teach my high school students the value of criticism, especially when it comes to improving their writing. To do so, I model how criticism continues to help me become a better writer. Earlier this year, for example, I shared a draft of one of my education feature articles, which included detailed feedback from an editor at a prominent media company. I want my students to feel secure in the knowledge that nobody is beyond criticism (even their teacher), and that the bigger challenge is developing the good sense to acknowledge and successfully respond to feedback. Along those lines, I also offer the suggestions below about teaching writing: 1. To teach effective writing, we must be effective writers ourselves. 2. No matter what you teach, share your written work. 3. No matter what you teach, write in front of students. 4. Create workshop environments, with multiple stations focusing on different aspects of writing. 5. 6. How do you teach effective writing?

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