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A.

Personalization / Individualization / Differentiation

Learning Goals. Who selected what is being learned?


o Teachers
Learning Activity. Who selected how it is being learned?
o Teachers
Assessment of Learning. Who selected how students demonstrate their knowledge and
skills and how that will be assessed?
o Teachers
Technology Selection. Who selected which technologies are being used?
o Teachers

B. Agency / Control / Ownership / Choice / Interest / Passion

Talk Time. During the lesson/unit, who is the primary driver of the talk time?
o Both The teacher will initiate the discussion and guide it along but the students
will do a bulk of the talking during the lesson
Work Time. During the lesson/unit, who is the primary driver of the work time?
o Both The teacher will assign the work that is to be done but the students will
make sure that the lesson keeps moving as it goes.
Technology Usage. Who is the primary user of the technology?
o Students Throughout the teacher will set up and change the slides during the
lesson, the students will do all of the moving and writing during the lesson itself.
C. Communication

Audience. How are students communicating?


o In groups larger than 3 The students will be working as a class when we start
then move into their 5 or 6 person tables to do the closure activity.
Communication Technologies. Are digital technologies being used to facilitate the
communication processes?
o Yes
o If yes, in which ways? (circle all that apply)
Writing / photos and images / charts and graphs /
multimedia.

D. Collaboration (co-working, co-creating; more than just communication)

Collaborators. How are students working?


o In groups larger than 3 The students will be working as a class when we start
then move into their 5 or 6 person tables to do the closure activity.
Collaborative Technologies. Are digital technologies being used to facilitate collaborative
processes?
o Somewhat The students must work together to fill out the sequencing word list
and the sequence of the story using the smart board.

E. Authenticity / Relevancy

Real or Fake. Is student work authentic and reflective of that done by real people outside
of school?

o Somewhat
Contribution. Does student work make a contribution to an audience beyond the
classroom walls to the outside world?
o No

F. Discipline-Specific Inquiry

Domain Knowledge. Are students learning discipline-specific and -appropriate content


and procedural knowledge?
o Yes The students will be learning about sequencing words, which is part of the
common core standards, and will help them in the future in their math careers.
o If yes, is student work focused around big, important concepts central to the
discipline?
Somewhat
Domain Practices. Are students utilizing discipline-specific and -appropriate practices
and processes?
o Yes
Domain Technologies. Are students utilizing discipline-specific and -appropriate tools
and technologies?
o Yes
Common Core standards being addressed

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.4.3.c
Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
G. Critical Thinking (HOTS + metacognition) / Creativity / Initiative / Entrepreneurship

Deeper Thinking. Do student learning activities and assessments go beyond facts,


procedures, and/or previously-provided ways of thinking?
o No
Creativity. Do students have the opportunity to design, create, make, or otherwise add
value that is unique to them?
o Somewhat
Initiative. Do students have the opportunity to initiate, be entrepreneurial, be selfdirected, and/or go beyond given parameters of the learning task or environment?
o Somewhat
Metacognition. Do students have the opportunity to reflect on their planning, thinking,
work, and/or progress?
o Yes
o If yes, can students identify what theyre learning, not just what theyre doing?
Yes

H. Technology

Technology as Means, Not End. When digital technologies are utilized, do the tools
overshadow, mask, or otherwise draw the focus away from important learning?
o No These technologies are working in sync to help the students to understand
what they are learning and they facilitate discussion among the students.
Technology Adds Value. Does technology add value so that students can do their work
in better or different ways than are possible without the technology?

o Yes
Meaningful Technology Usage. Are digital technologies utilized appropriately and
meaningfully for the learning tasks?
o Yes
I. Assessment

Alignment. Are standards, learning goals, instruction, learning activities, and


assessments all aligned, both topically and cognitively?
o Yes
Authentic Assessment. Are students creating real-world products or performances?
o Somewhat
Assessment Technology. Are digital technologies being used to facilitate the assessment
process?
o Yes