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ED 109.02 March 14, 2012

Peer Teaching

Vocabulary Strategies

Mid-Semester Feedback

Asking Questions

UPCOMING ASSIGNMENT: OUTLINE OF UNIT due on March 21

HELPFUL

NOT SO HELPFUL

Modeling of Lessons, Investigations, and Reasoning Seeing Science As A Student Differentiation and Reaching All Students Critiques and Evaluations Technologies and Tools Discovery/Exploration Approach Peer Teaching

Readings (Lack Of) Clarity Around Expectations for Assignments (Lack Of) Connections Between Investigations PowerPoint vs. PowerDoing College Context vs. Elementary Context Changing Standards

More Classroom Videos

Good And Not-So-Good Models

More Specific Strategies


Examples of Investigations Classroom Management Commanding and Keeping Attention Grade-Level Specific Critiques and Evaluations

More Technology Assessments and Field Trips

History

Connecting with Students Experiences


What Happened?

Relationships Describing Relationships and Recognizing Patterns


How Does This Compare?

Application Recognizing Use and Importance

How Could You Use This? What Problems Does This Solve?

Speculation Inferring New Scenarios and Possibilities


What If You? What Evidence Would You Need?

Explanation Helping Students Communicate Ideas


How Does That Work?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmNgMi-3h0Q

http://www.teachertube.com/members/viewVideo.php?video_id=182445&title=Galaxy_Classroom_Model_Teaching

AFTER
REVIEWING Key Vocabulary STORING Key Vocabulary

BEFORE
IDENTIFYING Key Vocabulary PRIMING To Recognize Vocabulary

DURING
COLLECTING Troublesome Words and Concepts CONNECTING To Personal Experiences

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCKxhymTX4M

What are some strategies for building science vocabulary before, during, and after?

http://www.theartblog.org/2010/04/the-sublime-ministry-of-the-museum-of-jurassic-technology/