A) Planning, assessment and evaluation, instruction.
The instructional process comprises three basic components. The first is planning instruction, which includes identifying specific expectations, objectives, or outcomes, selecting materials to foster these outcomes, and organizing learning experiences into a coherent, reinforcing sequence. The second component involves delivering the planned instruction to students. The third component involves assessing and evaluating how well students learn or achieve the expectations, objectives, or outcomes.
The ICE in ICE rubrics stands for
A) Ideas, Connections, Extensions
B) Information, Connections, Elaborations
C) Ideas, Connections, Elaborations
D) Issues, Complexities, Enhancements
E) Issues, Connections, Enhancements