In conducting this study, researchers, teachers, principals and other higher positions can differentiate the effective use between the Daily Lesson Plan and the Daily Lesson Log. We can also determine the appropriate teaching styles of every teacher needed for his/her discussion by that day as we can find in the Daily Lesson Log. And also this study identifies which is more efficient and effective in terms of teaching the Daily Lesson Log and the Daily Lesson
I would have liked to see a lesson plan with each exercise that teachers, once they learned the technique, could use to demonstrate or review n their classrooms. Over all this curriculum was very insightful and definitely something I would use.
According to Engage-NY, data-supported instruction and inquiry (DDI) “is a precise and systematic approach to improving student learning throughout the year. The inquiry cycle of data-driven instruction includes assessment, analysis, and action and is a key framework for school-wide support of all student success”. How can an educator teach and differentiate a large, diverse classroom when they do not have data at their disposal? In order to properly assess every child in a classroom so that one may properly plan a lesson, or more importantly a theme, you need to be able to have data to pull from so that you can evaluate where each child is, and create your lesson in a way that each child is learning, while at the same time knowing who needs
In response to the suggestions made by Ms. Joseph the principal decided that the best way to address it while still attending to the needs of the school would be to created an inquiry team that will research the findings in order to help with the decision making. When asked what curricula is being used in each subject area and grade level and how we arrive at those choices Ms. Romig explained how the school uses Unique Learning System® and Ablenet®. They are both aligned to CCLS. Unique Learning Systems® is adapted at three different levels and can be adapted further to meet students differentiated needs. Unique Learning System® has units of study, is theme based and follows a three year plan.
Developmental Goal 1: Listening and responding to staff appropriately. The child will be given multiple opportunities throughout the day to follow directions provided to him by staff and his parents. The school wide intervention program will also be taught to the parents so the child will develop a generalization in the use of vocabulary. “Effective partnerships consider parent involvement and parent engagement as a top priority and seek ways to provide meaningful and relevant opportunities for parents to fully participate as allies, advocates, and leaders in their children’s education and in the partnerships that impact them” (Partnerships_Local Ed., 2006). If everyone who works with the child uses the same terminology, the child will
Moore, Edwards, Sterling-Turner, Riley, DuBard & McGuire (2002) continued to research the competencies in the educational fields. The authors conducted a study to train functional analysis skills to 3 elementary school teachers to be carried out with 3 students. The target behavior indicated was yelling out inappropriately during class time. All training took place in the classroom during planning time and the probes occurred in the same classroom during instructional sessions. The study utilized two analysis specifications as presented in the Iwata et al.
The teacher can turn each word list for each group into activities that help students internalize the words. IRI is also beneficial in the way they are adaptable. Each student is aligned with work that does not exceed their abilities. In an era of standardized testing, IRIs gathers accountable data, allowing to target each students individual needs and allow time for particular instruction each child needs
Artifact number one (ED 322 Mid-Term Exam) exhibits that the pre-service teacher has a basic understanding of formative and summative evaluations two of ... ... middle of paper ... ...e assessments as a tool to provide information on how to improve future learning. Works Cited Armstrong, T. (2009). Multiple Intelligences In The Classroom 3rd Edition . Neil, J. (2005, Jnuary 26).
Student’s quality of life will be affected one way or another by every classroom teacher that they have for instruction. For the students to have the optimum positive outcomes the staff must be trained and retrained. The model of pre and post conferences along with a more constructivist dialogue with teachers paves the way for growth. This is a model I will
Taking time out of the class period to inform the students of the objectives of the lesson will prove to be beneficial in getting higher quality of work completed by the students with less resistance. Students are more likely to be engage in tasks that are enjoyable, important, and relevant (Laureate Education, Inc., 2008). My classroom will have a multitude of different learning styles and I will accommodate the different learning styles when I create my lessons. References Jones, V., & Jones, L. (2007). Comprehensive classroom management: creating communities of support and solving problems.