Effective Planning for All

Mind Map by blanche.queiroz, updated more than 1 year ago
Created by blanche.queiroz about 4 years ago


A mind map of out UW course in São Paulos

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Effective Planning for All
1 Principles and Guidelines
1.1 Constructive Alignment - creating a course desing with begins with the end in mind
1.1.1 Active, students shouldn’t be passive
1.1.2 Real, always keeping in mind the outcomes When planning, goals must be realistic and fare. Thinking about our own students and adapting to their needs. Having the main concept and adapt it to our class.
1.1.3 Challenge, making activities more interesting
1.1.4 Teacher must keep students motivated and interesting in the work
1.2 Lesson Plans
2 Stratergies and Tools
2.1 Class Profile
2.1.1 Gather information about students in class
2.1.2 Place informations on a class profile tamplate
2.1.3 Select the resources and stratergies you will use in the class
2.1.4 Monitor your progress
2.2 Student Profile
2.2.1 Gather information of student´s strengths and needs Use parent´s information, Rubics, Checklist, Observations, Previous Teachers, Student´s Portfolio
2.2.2 Provide Accommodations to help student improve
2.2.3 Use instructional stratergies and monitor progress Involve the in-school team
2.3 Knowing your student
2.3.1 Observation
2.3.2 Assessments
2.3.3 Class Activities
3 Assessment OF/FOR/AS learning
3.1 How to Assess?
3.1.1 Formative - in the process of learning. Gathering information about the student.
3.1.2 Summative - when you pull all together the information made during the process and evaluation of the child.
3.2 Types of Assessment
3.2.1 Written Assessment
3.2.2 Digital - Showin students how they are improving
3.2.3 Classroom Observation
3.2.4 Portfolios
3.2.5 Rating Scales and Self-Assessment
3.2.6 Checklists
3.2.7 Rubrics
4 Instructional Approach
4.1 Universal Desing for Learning - provides teachers a range principles for planning
4.1.1 Essential for Some, Good for All Equality; Flexibility and inclusiveness; An appropriately designed space; Simplicity and Safety
4.2 Differentiated Instrucitons - a response to the learner's needs. A teacher can differentiate by:
4.2.1 the content of learning
4.2.2 the process of learning
4.2.3 the content of learning
4.2.4 the affect/environment of learning
4.3 The Tiered Approach- for prevention and interventions
5 Team Meeting and Growth Plans
5.1 Individual Student/Class Growth Plan
5.2 Behaviour Progress Chart
5.3 Essential for some, good for all.
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