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Mall för en standardiserad lektion. Lektionsplanering skrivbar 12 september 2016. Orientera dig på bloggen! – Kooperativt Lärande. InnovativeTeachingToolbox. Planeringsprocessen och bedomningsaspekter v2. Stöd för att utveckla undervisningen. Skolan ska ge alla elever möjlighet att utvecklas så långt som möjligt.

Stöd för att utveckla undervisningen

Undervisningen i skolan ska vara välplanerad och utgå från skollagen, skolförordningen, läroplanen och kursplanerna med tillhörande kunskapskrav. Genom att planera undervisningen kan man skapa en struktur för såväl lärare som elever. Planeringen ska vara ett stöd för läraren, så att hon eller han kan försäkra sig om att undervisningen leder mot de nationella målen. Stöd för att utveckla undervisning. Skolan ska ge alla elever möjlighet att utvecklas så långt som möjligt.

Stöd för att utveckla undervisning

Workshop i studieteknik 2014. Mall för en standardiserad lektion. Fyrablocksmodellen. Fyrablocksmodellen. Fyrablocksmodellen. Lär på ditt sätt. Studiedagen del 2. Diskussionsunderlag bild. Lektionsupplägg. The Genius Hour Design Cycle: A Process For Planning - 3.

The Genius Hour Design Cycle: A Process For Planning -

Some students need a push in the right direction Some students will come up with projects that are too simple with answers that could be easily Googled. We introduced the students to ‘High Order Thinking Skills’ and built these into the planning forms students complete. Projects need to include elements of synthesis, evaluation and creativity with the minimum requirement adjusted for individuals. Edutopia-finley-planning-curric-unit.pdf. File_download. 6 Principles Of Genius Hour In The Classroom. Genius Hour In The Classroom: 6 Principles Of Genius Hour by Terry Heick Update: We did a t-shirt campaign of this graphic last year and it sold decently (if 13 t-shirts can be considered ‘decent.’).

6 Principles Of Genius Hour In The Classroom

It’s still available if you wanted a t-shirt with a kind of learning model on it. You know. Scaffold Like an Ant- A simple scaffolding example. 7-learning-zones-classroom-veronica-lopez?crlt_pid=camp. There are many elements to consider as you plan for the next school year.


You always review critical pieces like standards, curriculum, instructional activities, and testing, but you also think about the classroom space and how to arrange desks, set up bulletin boards, and organize materials. You can bring these seemingly disconnected components together in a system of seven learning zones. The discovery, news, supplies, community, quiet, teacher, and subject area zones will help you establish routines, save time, and maintain your sanity from the first through the last days of school. Got to Teach!: Four Corners: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 4 of 5) Thanks for checking out this post on using "Four Corners" as a cooperative learning activity in the classroom.

Got to Teach!: Four Corners: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 4 of 5)

If you would like to view the other posts in this series of Cooperative Learning Strategies, you can find them here: "Expert Groups," "Q&A Match-Up," and "Circle Chats. " How It Works: Choose four aspects of a topic that your class is currently focusing on.Assign each of these aspects to a corner (or an area) of your room.Present the topic and the four related aspects to the whole group and give the students some "think time. "Students can then choose a corner to discuss the topic.Representatives from each corner can share what their respective groups discussed. Why I Love This: Student Choice: Students LOVE when they are given an opportunity to choose. Got to Teach!: Circle Chats: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 3 of 5} Got to Teach!: Expert Groups: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 1 of 5}

One of the most important elements of teaching is providing students with plenty of opportunities to actively engage in learning with their peers.

Got to Teach!: Expert Groups: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 1 of 5}

I have decided to start a five-part series of posts that will outline my favorite cooperative learning strategies that I have used in my classroom. I will begin with "Expert Groups," a strategy that can easily be used in grades 3-8+, and one that I find especially useful when teaching a class of diverse learners. Group your students into 4 equal "Expert Groups" (e.g. Group A, Group B, etc.). Got to Teach!: Q and A Match-Up: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 2 of 5) In my first post of this 5-part series, I talked about using Expert Groups as a cooperative learning strategy in your classroom.

Got to Teach!: Q and A Match-Up: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 2 of 5)

Today I am going to outline the use of what I have termed "Q&A Match-Up. " I first saw this strategy used by one of my student teachers as a review activity before a science unit test; my students and I LOVED it! Since then I have used it countless times with just about any subject and/or topic. Create a set of questions and answers based on the topic your class is studying. Each question will be placed on a separate card and each answer will be placed on a separate card. Versatility: This strategy can be used with almost all content and with varying size classrooms. Got to Teach!: The Fish Bowl: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 5 of 5} Well this wraps up my 5-part series on some of my favorite cooperative learning activities I have used over the years.

Got to Teach!: The Fish Bowl: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 5 of 5}

If you missed the first 4, you can find them here: "Expert Groups," "Q and A Match-Up," "Four Corners,"and "Circle Chats. " How It Works: Divide your class in half. One half will form the center circle, facing inward. The other half of the class will form the outer circle, facing inward as well.The students in the inner circle will discuss a predetermined topic.The outside circle will be listening to the discussion, making note of interesting, new, or contradictory information.

Assessing Gallery Walk. Gallery Walk can be assessed informally and through more formal evaluation involving oral and written presentations.

Assessing Gallery Walk

This section has sample rubrics that can be used for evaluating different aspects of the Gallery Walk, ranging from group participation to the quality of oral and written reports. Feel free to modify these rubrics for the context of your own Gallery Walk. Informal Evaluation Informal evaluation does not count for a grade and can be as simple as rotating between groups and making sure each group is on task. There is further opportunity to observe and assess student learning during the report out phase and during ensuing class discussion relating to the report out.

"Your group seems to think ..... about this issue. Formal Evaluation Not every Gallery Walk needs to have assigned grades. Investigative Case - "The Wingra Marsh" Wingra Marsh - July 2000 As you enter the inland section of Wingra Marsh it is blanketed with beautiful dark pink flowers. The marsh is silent. You do not hear the familiar sound of song birds; you no longer see the muskrat family that once lived here. Deer that once frequented the marsh edge have disappeared, along with the raccoons, waterfowl, shorbirds and painted turtles that once shared this habitat. A closer look tells you that the vegetation has changed along with the fauna. Developing Questions for Gallery Walk to Engage Higher Order Thinking. Step by Step Instructions. In this section find step by step instructions for implementing Gallery Walk and instructions for different variants of the Gallery Walk technique–Gallery Run and Computer Run. The applicability of these instructions will depend on the scope and depth of the exercise.

Generate Questions – Think of four to five questions to use around a central class concept. See Higher Order Thinking and Bloom's Taxonomy and Examples of Gallery Walk for guidance on writing appropriate questions. Dra nytta av det som spelen gör bra. En av de kanske viktigaste områdena inom formativ bedömning är återkoppling. Interactive notebook left side activities. Student Feedback: Six Questions for Teachers. Learn Interesting Facts Every Day. An Updated Digital Differentiation Model. Ten months ago I published a Digital Differentiation model on this blog.

I've been using the model to guide the work I do each day and I've been sharing it via webinars and hands-on training sessions.Of course, ten months is a long time in the world of edtech, and I've added some new tools and resources to my personal teaching toolkit, so I decided it was time to update the model and tweak it just a bit. The original article and interactive graphic can still be found on this blog. Here is the new post: Technology is a tool that can be used to help teachers facilitate learning experiences that address the diverse learning needs of all students and help them develop 21st Century Skills, an idea supported by the Common Core. At it's most basic level, digital tools can be used to help students find, understand and use information. Octalysis: Complete Gamification Framework.

(This is the Gamification Framework that I am most known for. Within a year, it was translated into 9 different languages and became classic teaching literature in the gamification space in the US, Europe, Australia and South America.) Vilka elever planerar du för? BFL + Genreundervisning = Sant. Med tanke på de uppskattade inlägg om bedömning för lärande och andraspråksutveckling och kamratbedömning som Robert Walldén tidigare har publicerat på Skollyftet bad vi honom skriva ett inlägg om den rapport han nu skrivit klart. Infografik2.

Lektioner med stationer och gemensam lärarledd läsning. Skönlitteraturen och samhället. 20 Questions To Guide Inquiry-Based Learning. 20 Questions To Guide Inquiry-Based Learning Recently we took at look at the phases of inquiry-based learning through a framework, and even apps that were conducive to inquiry-based learning on the iPad. During our research for the phases framework, we stumbled across the following breakdown of the inquiry process for learning on (who offer the references that appear below the graphic). Most helpfully, it offers 20 questions that can guide student research at any stage, including: What do I want to know about this topic? A Teacher's Guide to Differentiating Instruction.

Introduction Does effectively teaching 30 students in one classroom require teachers to develop 30 lessons, one tailor-made for each student? Or should teachers “aim for the middle” and hope to reach most students in a given lesson? Curriculum differentiation - Schools Plus - The Department of Education. Ideas on adjusting the curriculum to meet the needs of all students Schools Plus would like to acknowledge that the information listed below is a body of knowledge that has been collected from a variety of sources - teachers, workshops, classrooms and schools. Set achievable tasks providing regular feedback throughout the activity Teach the student to organize themselves by listing tasks to be done and when they are due. A visual system for younger students, a diary for older students. Sequence activities Have the student’s full attention before giving instructions Instructions, routines and rules should be kept short, concise, clear and positive.

Presentations/ASCD_LowPrep.pdf. The How To's of Planning Lessons Differentiated by Learning Profile. Figure 10.1. Cirkelmodellen. 5 Assessment Forms That Promote Content Retention. If we hope to construct enduring understanding in our students, it's critical that, now more than ever, we know their strengths and interests. Better Lessons - Free Lesson Plans. Math english language arts. Five Questions to Ask when Differentiating Instruction.

Elevaktiv bedömning främjar lärandet och frigör tid. Om vikten av att som lärare visa hur man gör. Flipping the Classroom. Teachers' Practical Guide to A FLipped Classroom. Creating Class WOW Goals. Appendix F Engaging Qualities of Student Work. Appendix D: Instructional Models - Teaching Content and Thinking Skills. Appendix E: High-Yield Instructional Strategies. 2012-02-21 12.51.29.jpg. 2015-03-09 18.24.56.jpg. 2015-03-09 18.23.56.png. 2013-05-20 17.52.11.jpg. 2013-05-20 17.29.07.jpg. 2013-05-20 17.27.50.jpg. The Four Important Models of Blended Learning Teachers Should Know about.