The Learner

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The Learner by Mind Map: The Learner

1. Include but are not limited to

1.1. Instructional Model

1.2. Critical Pedagogy

1.3. Student-centered learning

1.4. Modern Pedagogy

1.5. Integrated Learning

1.6. Inquiry Learning

1.7. Differentiated Instruction

1.8. Experiential Learning

1.9. Constructivism

1.10. Authentic Pedagogy

2. is monitored to provide ongoing feedback through

3. Numeracy

3.1. Provide opportunities for students to make connections through

3.2. Teaching Strategies

3.2.1. Discussion

3.2.2. Manipulatives

3.2.3. Reflection

3.2.4. Problem Solving

3.2.5. E-Learning

3.2.6. Group Work

3.2.7. Differentiated Teacher Support

3.2.8. Explicit Teaching

3.2.9. Scaffolding

3.3. Numeracy teaching is dependent on

3.4. Teacher Knowledge

3.4.1. Content

3.4.2. Planning

3.4.3. Mathematics Developmental Continuum P–10

3.4.4. Differentiated teacher support

3.4.5. Mathematical Language

3.5. Student Skills

3.5.1. Higher Order Thinking

3.5.2. Problem Solving Strategies

3.5.3. Represent and model problems / equations

3.5.4. Fluency

3.5.5. Automatic Recall

3.5.6. Reasoning

3.5.7. Understanding

3.6. Strands

3.6.1. Number and Algebra

3.6.2. Measurement and Geometry

3.6.3. Statistics and Probability

4. Curriculum

4.1. Victorian Curriculum (F-10)

4.2. Australian Curriculum (ACARA)

4.2.1. General Capabilities

4.2.2. Achievement Standards

4.3. cam be taught through a range of curriculum models including:

4.3.1. inquiry-based curriculum

4.3.2. integrated curriculum

4.4. often has a

4.4.1. cross-disciplinary focus,

4.5. curriculum documents

4.5.1. outline intended learning outcomes

4.6. should be understood as a range of factors which make up what students learn as part of the curriculum

4.7. details content knowledge

4.7.1. can be taught and learnt in various ways

5. Learning Theories

5.1. Bronfenbrenner's Social Ecological Model

5.2. Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs

5.3. Social Constructivism

5.4. Contemporary Learning Theory

5.5. Behaviourism

5.6. Cognitivism

5.7. Vygotsky's Social Development Theory

5.8. Transformative Learning Theory

5.9. Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory

5.10. Project-based learning

5.11. Place-based learning

5.12. Aesthetic Learning and Questioning

5.13. Progressive Learning Theory

5.14. Contemporary Learning Theory

5.15. identify the way in which students learn and aim to facilitate student learning

6. Assessment

6.1. Standardized Testing

6.1.1. NAPLAN

6.2. Reporting

6.3. diagnostic assessment

6.3.1. will be used during my placement to evaluate students knowledge and gain an understanding of their abilities

6.4. Formative

6.4.1. teachers use inferences about student progress to inform their teaching

6.4.2. formal

6.4.2.1. formal assessment can be used in reporting

6.4.3. informal

6.4.3.1. Informal assessment is designed to give students feedback on their progress

6.5. Summative

6.5.1. teachers use evidence of student learning to make judgements on student achievement against goals and standards

6.6. Assessment tools

6.6.1. MOI Mathematics Online Interview

6.6.2. FDOI Fractions and Decimals Online Interview

6.6.3. Running Records

6.6.4. Observation

6.7. understanding learning as an ongoing process.

6.8. Assessment and planning are closely linked

6.9. Assessment is an important tool for me to utilise during my placement experience in order to evaluate the effectiveness of my planning and execution of lessons

6.10. allows the teacher to discover effective strategies that can assist the student in becoming successful

7. Identity

7.1. Culture

7.2. Family

7.3. Background and experiences

7.4. Nationality

7.5. Class

7.6. Race

7.7. Gender

7.8. Place of birth

7.9. Community

7.10. Language

7.11. Friends / Peers

7.12. Location

8. may be facilitated through implementation of certain:

9. will learn content outlined in the

10. relates to

11. can benefit through their teachers use of certain

12. can be better understood and catered for when understanding different aspects related to

13. Learning Environment

13.1. the teacher creates a certain learning environment and is influenced by their pedagogical beliefs

13.1.1. the learning environment can be

13.1.1.1. open plan

13.1.1.2. integrated

13.1.1.3. supportive

13.1.1.4. structured

13.2. can facilitate

13.2.1. independant learning

13.2.2. group work

13.2.2.1. through the organisation of the room

13.2.3. interdisciplinary skills including problem solving, reasoning and creative thinking

13.2.4. a supportive and safe learning environment

13.2.5. culturally inclusive learning environment

14. can be impacted in various ways by the

15. Planning

15.1. content-based approach

15.2. experience-based approach

15.3. outcomes-based approach

15.4. must be designed to suit the needs of individual students

15.4.1. and promote engagement and different perspectives

15.5. should promote skills such as

15.5.1. reasoning

15.5.2. critical thinking

15.5.3. creative thinking

15.5.4. problem solving

15.6. depends on knowing the students

15.6.1. and the context in which learning takes place

15.7. an effective method of planning is the backward approach where intended learning objectives create the basis of planning

15.8. must be critically reflective and

15.8.1. flexible

16. learns through effective

17. Pedagogy

17.1. relates to the practice of teaching

17.1.1. where professional identity is constantly evolving

17.2. Pedagogical decisions can create a supportive classroom environment

17.2.1. by using avariety of teaching strategies

17.3. can facilitate meaningful learning, interactions and relationships

18. will learn a range of topic areas including