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Title: Instructional Meeting November 3, 2010 Instructional Framework


1
Instructional Meeting November 3,
2010 Instructional Framework
2
Opening
3
Agenda
  • Standard
  • Question of the Day
  • Essential Questions
  • Opening Activity/Reflection
  • Agenda of the Day
  • Closing
  • Homework

4
ClassKeys Standard CP 2.2 Uses an organizing
framework to plan instruction and
assessment (p.16) Essential Question Why is
instructional framework important?
5
Standards-Based Classroom
  • Independently, define a standards-based
    classroom.
  • Work in your groups to agree upon a definition
    for a standards-based classroom.

6
Standards-Based Classroom
  • A classroom where teachers and students have a
    clear understanding of the expectations
    (standards).
  • Teachers and students know what they are
    teaching/learning each day (standards), why the
    days learning is an important thing to know or
    know how to do (relevance), and how to do it
    (process).

Standards-based learning is a process, not an
event.
7
Standards-based Classroom High Impact Practice
Rubric
Continuum of Improvement
Concepts
8
Standards-based Classroom Rubric
  • Concept 3 Teachers sequence the lesson or
  • their instruction in a logical, predictable
    manner
  • referencing standards throughout.

9
Why the Instructional Framework Important?
  • Turn to a table partner and discuss.

10
Why is the Instructional Framework Important?
  • Students learn by doing.
  • Performance standards require students to engage
    in performance.
  • Students improve their levels of performance with
    practice and revision.
  • Students improve their levels of performance
    with guidance, support, and feedback.
  • Structured instructional time decreases behavior
    concerns.
  • Teaching and learning are focused on the
    standard(s) and element(s) that students are
    required to master.
  • The work session provides teachers with time to
    support individual students and small groups of
    students (differentiation).

11
Work Session
12
The Instructional Framework The Opening
  • https//www.georgiastandards.org/resources/Pages/V
    ideos/Science-Best-Practices-Videos-Griffin.aspx
  • Answer the following questions with your team of
    four
  • What is the teacher doing to ensure that students
    are receiving explicit instruction connected to
    the standards?
  • What are the students doing?

13
The Instructional Framework The Work Session
  • https//www.georgiastandards.org/resources/Pages/V
    ideos/Science-Best-Practices-Videos-Griffin.aspx
  • Answer the following questions with your team of
    four
  • What is the teacher doing to ensure
  • students apply learning independently
  • and collaboratively and receive feedback
  • on the standards?
  • What are the students doing?

14
The Instructional Framework The Closing
  • https//www.georgiastandards.org/resources/Pages/V
    ideos/Science-Best-Practices-Videos-Griffin.aspx
  • Answer the following questions with your team of
    four
  • What is the teacher doing to ensure that students
    share and explain their work as it relates to the
    standards and receive feedback?
  • What are the students doing?

15
Closing
16
Task
  • 1. Review the GHS weekly lesson plan example and
    identify the instructional framework (opening,
    work session, and closing).
  • 2. Share your findings with your elbow partner.
  • 3. Answer the Essential Question.

17
Next Steps
  • Instructional Focus for November
  • Opening
  • Weekly Plans
  • Focus Walks/Observations, Student Conferencing
    (Admin. and ICs)
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