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UBD: Staff Development Practicum Spring 2013

Kayse Morris

Understanding by Design Technology Assisted Instruction

Spring 2013 Coffee Middle School Douglas, Ga 31533

UBD: Staff Development Practicum Spring 2013

UBD: Staff Development Practicum Spring 2013

Title of Unit

Technology Assisted Instruction

Staff Development

Grade 6

Standard: CP 2.2: The teacher uses an organizing framework (opening, work session, closing) for instructional planning to support standardsbased instruction. Understandings:
-Teachers will correctly identify proper techniques to use in a classroom setting to promote student engagement. -Teachers will understand the most important part of a lesson and how to execute it. -Teachers will use an organizing framework to help organize, the opening, work session, closing, and technology for instruction in the classroom. -Teachers will correctly use CPS (Classroom Performance Systems) in the classroom setting and relate them to instruction while incorporating achievement. - Teachers will chart learning and improvement before and after the implementation of Classroom Performance Systems.

Essential Questions: How can I use the work session to support technology based instruction in a standards-based classroom? How can I utilize technology to help engage my students in the learning process? Overarching Questions: -What does an activator do? - What importance does guided practice play? -What types of Classroom Performance Systems does our school provide? -What is a Classroom Performance System? -Why should I participate in collaboration? -What is the main purpose of independent practice? Topical Questions: -How will I use what I have learned in my classroom? - How will my students benefit from using Classroom Performance Systems -How can I support technology based instruction? -How can technology improve my activator? -How can technology improve my instruction? -How can technology improve guided practice? -How can technology improve independent practice? -How can I engage my students more efficiently?

UBD: Staff Development Practicum Spring 2013 -How can I teach my students to use Classroom Performance Systems?

Plan Learning Experiences


Staff Development Room F16 (6th Grade Hall during collaboration) Room F16 Bell Ringer: Have teachers come in and find their name on the desk. Each desk has an index card. Allow teachers to write down the most important part of a lesson. (Pretest) Powerpoint will be placed on Activboard and will instruct them to do so. Appendix A (Attached) Introduce EQ: How can I use the work session to support technology based instruction in a standards-based classroom? How can I utilize technology to help engage my students in the learning process? Introduce Language of the Standards (LOTS): academic language, model, guided, assisted, independent, technology assisted instruction Introduce how to determine if students have prior knowledge. http://www.literacywithoutlimits.org/ (Slide 3 with link embedded) Give statistical facts about research and how students learn (Slide 4) Discuss linking prior knowledge and getting on the students level to help activate that knowledge. Introduce Vocabulary: Model, Guided, Assisted, Independent When is the best time to use technology? In which part of the lesson is technology most beneficial? How can I introduce vocabulary using technology? Resource: http://iteslj.org/Articles/Constantinescu-Vocabulary.html Show webinar from Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/christopherccorcoran/a-picture-is-worth-athousand-words-learning-vocabulary-through-technology-presentation815408# Pass out books and have the teachers look up the words and supply picture with words Give text Preview Worksheet : Appendix B How can we read for answers? Show video: http://www.literacywithoutlimits.org

UBD: Staff Development Practicum Spring 2013 Introduce Classroom Performance Systems: Show voicethread I created: https://voicethread.com/share/3609446/ How can I summarize using my Classroom Performance System? Post Test : Have teachers engage in a CPS test themselves and have them submit answers to demonstrate their skills and newly acquired knowledge of the Classroom Performance Systems.

Use this area, if needed, to explain to the instructor how your planned activities above satisfy specific elements of the scoring rubric.