My Take Aways from 5015Q - Learning, Teaching and Development

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1. Welcome to Year 1 - Concepts

1.1. Results of Effective Planning

1.2. What is your approach to teaching?

1.3. Curricular Planning

1.4. .

1.5. Reflective Practitioners

1.6. Teacher Planning

2. Late August: Considering Developmental Differences

2.1. How can you TEACH a student to learn?

2.2. Principles of Development

2.3. Growth Mindset

2.4. Should you review you student's files?

2.5. Inquiry Based Learning

2.6. Four common places of education

2.7. Effective Teaching is the key - make winners out of ordinary people

2.8. Teacher Centered? Student Centered approaches?

2.8.1. Universal Design

2.8.2. Differentiated Instruction

2.8.3. Response to Intervention

2.9. Piaget

2.9.1. Schemes/Schemas

2.9.2. Adaptation

2.10. Vygotsky

2.10.1. Scaffolding

2.11. Creating Constructivist Classrooms

2.12. Teach to the student, not the curriculum

3. My take aways:

3.1. What kind of teacher do you want to be?

3.2. How can I best support my students?

3.3. What educational psychology can I subscribe to?

3.4. Be reflective - Teaching = practice

3.5. How will you prepare for the year?

3.6. Prepare your course! Top down approach

3.6.1. Curricula

3.6.2. Semester

3.6.3. Unit

3.6.4. Daily Lesson

4. Theories of Learning

4.1. Planning

4.1.1. What will be taught

4.1.2. When will it be taught

4.1.3. How and when will learning be assessed

4.1.4. What teaching methods and materials will be used?

4.1.5. How to establish the type of learning environment

4.2. Is learning student-centered or teacher centered?

4.3. Theories of Learning and Teaching

4.3.1. Behavioural

4.3.2. Cognitive

4.3.3. Social Constructivist Views

4.4. Social Cognitive Theory

4.4.1. Self Influences

4.4.2. Social/Environmental

4.4.3. Achievement/Behaviours

5. My take aways:

5.1. How do you want to create a fair and effective learning environment?

5.2. Reflect/improve your teaching

5.3. What is the goal of education? Pass/Fail vs. developing/supporting learning

5.4. How do you know what a student needs when they are having difficulty?

5.5. Different theories on learning

5.5.1. How were you taught growing up? Was it effective?

6. My Take Aways

6.1. All theories bring something to the table, what aspects do you subscribe to?

6.1.1. What best supports your learning environment? The individual learner?

6.2. Is teaching about the content or the delivery?

6.2.1. Excellent instruction

6.2.2. Enhanced Student Learning

6.2.3. Exemplary Environments

7. First Week of School - Establishing a Positive Learning Environment

7.1. Self-Regulation

7.2. Self-Efficacy

7.2.1. Building resilient Children

7.3. Communities of Learners

7.4. Exemplary Learning Environments

7.5. Well-Being in the classroom

7.6. Social Emotional Learning

7.7. Video

8. My Take Aways

8.1. What classroom environments worked for you?

8.2. How is the classroom structured? Does it make sense?

8.3. How are you going to manage behavioural concerns?

8.4. What is classroom management, what does a well managed classroom look like?

8.5. What does an effective teacher look like?

8.5.1. Current on learning strategies

8.5.2. Excellend classroom management techniques

8.5.3. Reflective practice

8.6. Supporting SEL Competancies in the classroom

8.7. Horse to water - Salt the oats? How?

8.8. What will your system look like? How will you develop a style that connects with students and creates a positive learning environment.

9. Mid-September: Making Instructional Decisions

9.1. Play is not a wasted endevour!

9.2. Zoe Branigan- Pipe

9.3. Universal Design

9.3.1. Multiple means of:

9.3.1.1. Representation

9.3.1.2. Action and Expression

9.3.1.3. Engagement

9.4. Diagnostic Assessment

9.4.1. Assessment and instruction?

9.5. Backward Design

9.6. Blooms Taxonomy

9.6.1. 1. Knowledge

9.6.2. 2. Comprehension

9.6.3. 3. Application

9.6.4. 4. Analysis

9.6.5. 5. Synthesis

9.6.6. 6. Evaluation

9.7. Constructivist Views of Learning

9.8. Inquiry Based Learning

10. My Take Aways:

10.1. How to engage the disengaged?

10.2. Optimal challenges? Are we providing the right type/level of challenge?

10.3. Do we know our students?

10.4. How to create MEANINGFUL learning

10.4.1. Constructivist based classrooms

10.5. How do you want to incorporate play into your teaching style

10.6. How do you motivate? What do students find motivating?

10.7. Teach Critical thinking!!!

11. September: Knowing that the Students Know

11.1. Lettuce Example

11.2. Authentic Assessment?

11.3. Types of Assessment

11.3.1. Diagnostic

11.3.2. Formative

11.3.3. Summative

11.4. How People Learn - How People Learn (HPL) Framework

11.5. Learning Styles

11.5.1. Kinesthetic

11.5.2. Visual

11.5.3. Auditory

11.6. Backward Design

11.6.1. What do students need by the end of the curriculum?

11.6.1.1. Identify Desired Results

11.6.1.2. Determine Acceptable Evidence

11.6.1.3. Plan Learning Experiences and Instruction

12. My Take Aways

12.1. What is the best way to learn what students already know?

12.2. When is it appropriate to implement a type of assessment?

12.3. How do you best manage all of the learning goals?

12.3.1. increased confidence

12.3.2. increased self motivation

12.3.3. higher self esteem

12.3.4. improved EQAO and report card results

12.3.5. fewer failure rates

12.3.6. higher graduation rates

12.3.7. increased involvement in the assessment process

12.4. Assessment Done Well? Poorly?

13. Early December: Individual Differences- Intellectual Abilities and Challenges

13.1. Building an Inclusive Practice

13.2. Feedback

13.2.1. Written or Oral?

13.3. Assessment

13.3.1. What do students already know?

13.3.2. How much have they learned so far?

13.3.3. Planned and Purposeful

13.3.4. Assessment/Instruction are inseperable

13.4. KNOWING YOUR STUDENTS

13.5. Trifecta of Support

13.6. Intelligence - what is it?

13.6.1. Nature/Nurture

13.7. Special Education

13.8. Tiers of Support

13.9. Individual student/curriculum view

14. My Take Aways:

14.1. Know your students!!!

14.2. How to account for the multiple types of exceptionalities

14.3. What does accessibility mean to you? How do you implement it?

14.4. All students benefit from an inclusive practice.

14.5. Needs affect Learning? Meet the challenge!

15. Early February: Socio-Cultural Considerations

15.1. Building a Culturally Responsive Practice

15.2. Socio-Economic Status - Greatest impact on achievement

15.3. Aboriginal Education

15.4. Instrumental Value of Education

15.5. Culture

15.6. Inclusion for Diverse Students

15.7. Socio-Cultural Perspectives

15.8. Diversity is only increasing in schools

16. My Take Aways:

16.1. How do we know we are making a difference?

16.2. Accounting for diverse learners

16.3. Think of the student as an individual! What do they need?

16.4. Challenge your own cultural assumptions!

16.5. How do we promote equity in the school system

16.6. RESPECT

17. End of School Year

17.1. Standardized Achievement Tests

17.1.1. Provincial

17.1.2. Federal

17.1.3. Criterion-Referenced

17.1.4. Norm-Referenced

17.1.5. Can they be better developed?

17.1.6. What is the motivation to perform well on Standardized Tests?

18. My Take Aways:

18.1. Who are the stakeholders related to Standardized Testing?

18.2. How does testing account for exceptionalities?

18.3. Can we make Standardized Testing Better?

18.4. What does Standardized Testing Achieve?

19. How can you best Support Students

20. How can you best support students