Curriculum Teaching - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Curriculum Teaching PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 4a70df-MGM1Y



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Curriculum Teaching

Description:

Curriculum Teaching& Learning Assessment . ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:26
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 50
Provided by: acer293
Learn more at: http://bet.obec.go.th
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Curriculum Teaching


1
  • Curriculum Teaching Learning Assessment

??. ?????????? ?????? ????????????????????????????
?????????????
2
21st Century Learning
????????????????????? 21
??????????????????
?????????????????????????
???????????
?????????????????????? 21
????????????
3
Framework for 21st Century Learning The
Partnership for 21st Century Skills has developed
a vision for student success in the new global
economy
???????????????????????????????????? 21
4
(No Transcript)
5
???????????????????????
6
(No Transcript)
7
21st Century Learning
8
21st Century Learning
9
21st Century Learners
10
21st Century Learners
11
21st Century Learners
12
21st Century Learners
13
21st Century Learning
14
21st Century Learning
15
(No Transcript)
16
21st CENTURY Integrated Learning
20th Century Schools
21st Century Learning
Defined by buildings and calendar Driven by
teacher Focused on drill and practice
Passive learning Data accumulation Linear,
subject-specific, text-based learning Books and
lectures Geo-centric Intermittent high-stakes
assessment
Community of learners not limited by time or
place Driven by student Focused on discovery
and investigation Active learning Skill
development Inter-disciplinary collaborative
project-based learning Media,
telecommunications and networked technologies
Global Ongoing authentic assessment
17
Curriculum 21Essential Education for a Changing
World
18
  • What year are you preparing your students for?
    1973? 1995?
  • Can you honestly say that your schools
    curriculum and the program you use are preparing
    your students for 2015 or 2020?
  • Are you even preparing them for today?
  • Heidi Hayes Jacobs

19
Key Areas for Curriculum 21
  • Content and Assessment How to identify what to
    keep, what to cut and what to create, and where
    portfolios and other new kinds of assessment fit
    into the picture.
  • Program structure How to improve our use of time
    and space and grouping of students and staff.

20
Key Areas for Curriculum 21 (cont)
  • Technology How its transform teaching, and how
    to take advantage of students natural facility
    with technology.
  • Media literacy The essential issues to address,
    and the best resources for helping students
    become informed users of multiple forms of media.
  • Globalization What steps to take to help
    students gain a global perspective?

21
Key Areas for Curriculum 21 (cont)
  • Sustainability How to instill enduring values
    and beliefs that will lead to healthier local,
    national, and global communities.
  • Habits of mind The thinking habits that
    students, teachers, and administrators need to
    develop and practice to succeed in school, work,
    and life

22
  • WHAT ABOUT 21ST LEADERS?

23
21st century school leadership skills
  • The Art of High Expectations
  • A Focus on the Fundamentals
  • A Talent for Collaborative Problem Solving
  • An Inventive Mind
  • The Ability to Read Data's Story
  • A Gift for Directing Time and Attention

24
What about Assessment?
25
(No Transcript)
26
(No Transcript)
27
Bad Grade
28
(No Transcript)
29
What is the purpose of assessments?
  • Tell a student how well they have learnt and
    where they need to develop further understanding.
  • Reinforce the learning process and measure
    success.
  • Determine the performance of the teacher and the
    school

30
What is the purpose of assessments?
  • Determine educational performance across the
    country and internationally
  • Determine the level of funding/resourcing
    required to get suitable educational results.
  • Provide employers with an understanding of the
    students abilities.

31
  • Bloom's Taxonomy

32
What is the best form of 21st Century Assessment?
21st Century Assessment will enable students to
perform rich real tasks, often collaborative,
involving higher order thinking. The tasks will
reflect and mirror 21st Century learning. They
will be clear and transparent, with the student,
their peers and the teacher intimately involved
in the marking process
33

How often do we see these keywords forming a
majority of the content of an examination.
Examinations should also include
34
Lower order Thinking
  • list (Remembering)
  • state (Remembering)
  • identify (Remembering)
  • name (Remembering)
  • describe (Remembering)
  • comment (Understanding)
  • discuss (Understanding)
  • explain (Understanding)
  • exemplify (Understanding)

35
Higher order Thinking
  • compare (Analyse)
  • analyse (Analyse)
  • evaluate (Evaluate)
  • judge (Evaluate)
  • review (Evaluate)
  • design (Create)
  • constructing (Create)
  • devise (Create)
  • critque (Evaluate)
  • plan (Create)
  • develop (Create)

36
Assessment
37
  • Assessment FOR Learning
  • Assessment for learning is about supporting
    classroom learning and teaching. It connects
    assessment and learning/teaching.
  • Key ideas in assessment for learning
  • Our classroom assessment involves high quality
    interactions, based on thoughtful questions,
    careful listening and reflective responses.
  • Our pupils, staff and parents are clear about
    what is to be learned and what success would be
    like.
  • Our pupils and staff are given timely feedback
    about the quality of their work and how to make
    it better.
  • Our pupils and staff are fully involved in
    deciding next steps in their learning and
    identifying who can help.

38
  • Assessment AS Learning
  • Assessment as learning is about learning how to
    learn. It connects learning/teaching and the
    curriculum.
  • Key ideas in assessment as learning
  • Our pupils and staff identify and reflect on
    their own evidence of learning.
  • Our pupils and staff help to set their own
    learning goals.
  • Our pupils and staff practise self- and
    peer-assessment.

39
  • Assessment OF Learning
  • Assessment of learning is about gathering and
    interpreting the evidence. It connects the
    curriculum and assessment.
  • Key ideas in assessment of learning
  • Staff use assessment information to monitor their
    establishment's provision and progress, and to
    plan for improvement.
  • Staff talk and work together to share standards
    in and across schools.
  • Staff use a range of evidence from day-to-day
    activities to check on pupils' progress.

40
Assessment for Learning
41
(No Transcript)
42
Assessment for learning
43
(No Transcript)
44
Assessment for Learning
45
(No Transcript)
46
(No Transcript)
47
(No Transcript)
48
(No Transcript)
49
Thank you
About PowerShow.com