EE 535 Grad Course
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What are the five key behaviors for effective teaching?
Teacher Task Orientation
Engagement in Learning
Student Success Rate
What is Lesson Clarity
The ability to present the lesson clearly to students and understanding their own levels of understanding.
What is Instructional Variety?
Having flexibility in your instruction and methods of questioning and the use of supplemental learning materials
What is Teacher Task Orientation
How much time a teacher actually spend teaching the academic subject. planning, asking questions and assessing
What is Engagement in Learning
The amount of times students devote to the learning and are engaged with it
What is student success rate?
The rate in which students understand the material
What is the Danielson Model?
A framework for teaching evaluations that help teachers become more effective in their practice and consists of four parts.
What are the four parts of Danielsons model?
Planning and Preparation
What is Planning and Preparation (Danielsons M)
The ability to plan effectively and having knowledge about your content area and your students and learning styles
What is Classroom Environment (Danielsons M)
Creating a learning space that shows respect and good management to enhance student focus
What is Instruction (Danielsons M)
Delivering the lesson with clarity, engagement, assessing and having flexibility
What is professional Responsibility (Danielsons M)
Being able to reflect on your teaching, showing professionalism and organization as well as having a good communication with students families.
What are the different ways you can differentiate instruction?
Content- The way students gain their information
Process-Differentiation in how they complete something
Product- Differentiation on what they present and how they are assessed
What is Gardner's Multiple Intelligence's Theory about?
The idea that intelligence should not be measured as one single ability but as different unique modalities that allows students to flourish academically
What are Gardner's Multiple Intelligence's?
What is Assimilation?
Taking new knowledge and incorporating it to already existing knowledge
What is accommodation?
Occurs when new information is given and a modification happens to the already existing information in your schema
What is Adaptation?
Change in the teaching process, materials and assignments
What is equilibrium?
When children can deal with new information through assimilation
3 Crises that affect school years
Accomplishment Vs. Inferiority
Identity vs. role confusion
Intimacy vs. Isolation
How does Culture have an impact on learning
How they behave
Clothing that they are allowed to wear
How does socioeconomic status have an impact in learning?
Higher SES, more knowledge
the Matthew effect
How does Language have an impact in learning?
School language different than home
how does Personality and learning style have an impact in learning?
Students express themselves differently
How does peer group have an impact in learning?
Considered the hidden curriculum, learn different things from their peers
What is Brofenbrenner's systems-ecological perspective theory
It looks at the role that the major systems of the child play in their development.
What is Webb's Depth of Knowledge and how does it help us?
Is a way to think about content complexity not difficulty and it helps us create objectives that are appropriate for our grade level that correspond to the state standards.
What are the four parts of Webbs DOK?
Examples of recall
Examples of Skill/Concepet
Organize, Summarize, Predict
Examples of Strategic Thinking
Examples of Extended Thinking
What is expert leadership?
A teacher who is very knowledgeable about particular topic, explain things well and are self assured.
What is Referent leadership?
A teacher that is liked and respected, they are associated with student satisfaction and achievement as well as they are nurturing and competent
What is Legitimate leadership
A role that carries influence and authority by their very own nature
what is Reward leadership?
Those who have a position of authority that give out rewards in the form of privileges, approval or compensation.
What are the stages of group development?
What is Forming?
Students who are concerned with finding their place in the social structure of the classroom and finding our what they are expected to do.
What is Storming
Testing limits of the commitments made during forming, new relationships are forming and authority is being tested
What is Norming
Norms are being shared about how they should think, feel and behave
What is performing?
Groups try to reach their independence by showing that they can independently work without the teacher
What are behavior Antecedents?
Events or stimuli that elicit and sets off a different behavior
What is Low Profile classroom management?
a way to stop misbehavior without interrupting the flow of the lesson
What are strategies for low profile classroom management?
What is Anticipation?
The ability to quickly notice the changes in your students motivation and attentiveness and quickly being able to deal with it before it becomes a bigger problem
What is Deflection?
Deflecting by simply moving near to the student, making eye contact or a verbal sign.
What is reaction?
Provide a warning or incentive to promote positive self control
What are the ABCD's of Objective Writing
What are the 7 steps to lesson planning?
Presenting the content
Eliciting desired behavior (Guided practice)
Assessing lesson outcome
What is anticipatory set?
Engaging students interest and get their attention using diagrams,videos, visuals or hands on.
What is Informing Objectives?
Letting students know what they will be learning and what they are expected to know at the end of the lesson.
What is stimulating, recall and review?
Asking students questions about the recent lesson and concepts.
What is Presenting Content?
Finding a unique authentic ways to present the lesson to your students, being selective about what you choose to teach and using a variety of instructional strategies to aid your lesson
What is Eliciting desired behavior
Checking for student understanding, can be written responses, summarizing or orally
What is providing feedback?
Should be directed at whole or small group, providing them with an answer sheet or letting them know the correct answer. Individual feedback must be differentiated and should consider the students learning history and other areas.
What is Assess Lesson outcome?
Assessing students in different ways
What is a culturally responsive classroom management?
Different cultures react different to different types of classroom management .
How do you bridge cultural gaps?
Establish an open, risk free classroom environment
Plan and structure lessons that meeT their interests and needs
Plan lessons that allow students to be active learns
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