2 The Teaching Paradigm Shift.pptx

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THE TEACHING PARADIGM SHIFT

GOALS OF TODAY’S LESSON: Show classroom teachers how flipping the classroom will change the way they will teach and deliver their lessons Introduce the SMART model for objective writing Identify the difference between good and vague learning objectives Demonstrate an understanding of having order (mapping) to the learning objectives Write good, measurable learning objectives to incorporate into their flipped lesson on Sophia. org

PARADIGM SHIFT Sage on the Stage Guide on the Side student-tostudent Teacher-to- interaction student interaction

BACKWARDS DESIGN Write your learning objectives Sequential levels of understanding; build on each other Master one objective, then move to the next SMART Plan how you will assess students Create lessons using technology to present knowledge In-class activities How will students think on their own? Formative Variety of resources to reach all learners Summative Laid out clearly to avoid confusion Be yourself; connect with students

PURPOSE OF LEARNING OBJECTIVES Mapping out what you want to teach Create a linear path through your content Important for teacher – planning Important for student – knowing what is expected of them

SMART MODEL FOR LEARNING OBJECTIVES SPECIFIC MEASURABLE ATTAINABLE RESULTS-FOCUSED TIME-FOCUSED Specific Measurable Attainable Results-Focused Time-Focused

SMART MODEL FOR LEARNING OBJECTIVES Specific – Exactly what you want them to know Exactly the depth you want them know Specific Measurable Attainable Results-Focused Time-Focused

SMART MODEL FOR LEARNING OBJECTIVES Measurable – Must be able to see if objective is met through assessment (formative, summative, formal, informal) Specific Measurable Attainable Results-Focused Time-Focused

SMART MODEL FOR LEARNING OBJECTIVES Attainable – Within our time constraints for teaching Set at the right level for our students’ abilities Specific Measurable Attainable Results-Focused Time-Focused

SMART MODEL FOR LEARNING OBJECTIVES Results-focused – What results are you looking for? How are they going to be measured? Specific Measurable Attainable Results. Focused Time-Focused

SMART MODEL FOR LEARNING OBJECTIVES Time-focused – Fit within the time frame you have for your lesson. Break down objectives into smaller concepts (bite size pieces) Specific Measurable Attainable Results-Focused Time-Focused

GOOD VS. VAGUE LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will be able to use the quadratic formula. At the end of this lesson, students will be able to correctly solve for real and imaginary zeroes of quadratic functions using the quadratic formula, and explain verbally their thought processes in doing so.

GOOD VS. VAGUE LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will write a Civil War Essay At the end of this unit, students will write an essay explaining the effects of the Civil War on American life in the 1870’s.

GOOD VS. VAGUE LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will understand earthquakes At _______, students will be able to _____

GOOD VS. VAGUE LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will use literary terms in their writing At _______, students will be able to _____

BACKWARDS DESIGN Write your learning objectives Sequential levels of understanding; build on each other Master one objective, then move to the next SMART Plan how you will assess students Create lessons using technology to present knowledge In-class activities How will students think on their own? Formative Variety of resources to reach all learners Summative Laid out clearly to avoid confusion Be yourself; connect with students

NEXT STEPS… Start making your first lesson using Sophia. org as the platform! Lesson Planning and Objective Writing Write your own learning objectives for your first flipped lesson! Assessment and Differentiation Creating the media/technology

GOALS OF TODAY’S LESSON: Show classroom teachers how flipping the classroom will change the way they will teach and deliver their lessons Introduce the SMART model for objective writing Identify the difference between good and vague learning objectives Demonstrate an understanding of having order (mapping) to the learning objectives Write good, measurable learning objectives to incorporate into their flipped lesson on Sophia. org