Teaching, Learning & Development

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Teaching, Learning & Development by Mind Map: Teaching, Learning & Development

1. Student Development

1.1. Cognitive

1.1.1. Growth mindset Desire to learn Embrace challenges Learn from criticism

1.1.2. Student-regulated learning Metacognition Thinking about thinking Motivational decisions Interests Innate curiosity Strategic decisions Relevancy

1.2. Personal

1.2.1. Maslow

2. Dynamic Classroom Management

2.1. Classroom discourse research

2.1.1. Student-teacher discourse Proactive Exploratory

2.1.2. Explicit expectations Reminder mechanisms

2.1.3. Routines Consistency

2.2. Self-regulated behaviour

2.2.1. Reflecting on behaviour Meaning of Choice Outcome

3. Assessment

3.1. Diagnostic

3.1.1. Prior knowledge Informs instructional starting point

3.2. Formative

3.2.1. During instruction Multiple Opportunities Ways

3.3. Summative

3.3.1. After instruction Learned material? Yes No

4. Teacher Planning

4.1. Curriculum

4.1.1. Educational purpose Social needs and expectations Research Foundational Frameworks Learning standards Curriculum expectations Discrete objectives Learning goals

4.1.2. Learning experiences Information Demonstrations

4.2. Instructional

4.2.1. Student-centred approach Universal Design for Learning Differentiated instruction

4.2.2. Teacher-centred approach Direct Instruction 3-part lesson plan

4.3. Evaluation

4.3.1. Understanding by Design Backward Design Common Thread of Learning Objectives

5. Learning Theory

5.1. Cognitive approach

5.1.1. Mental processes How People Learn Framework Based on mini theories Select-Organize-Integrate Intelligence as structures Gardner’s multiple intelligences Intelligence as Process Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence p. 197

5.2. Constructivist approach

5.2.1. Constructing one knowledge & understanding Vytgotsky Zone of Proximal Development Scaffolding

5.3. Behaviourist approach

5.3.1. Behaviour is learnt & shaped by the environment Thorndike Observable behaviours Science-will-cure-all

6. Students Body

6.1. Equality & Inclusiveness

6.1.1. Developmental Differences person-first langauge Physical Intro/Inter-individual rates of progression Learning Disorders Exceptionalities High-incidence exceptionalities Low-incident exceptionalities Individualized Education Plan

6.1.2. Socio-Cultural Perspectives Danger of a single Story Inclusion of communities