Teaching, Learning and Developing

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Teaching, Learning and Developing by Mind Map: Teaching, Learning and Developing

1. Planning

1.1. Reflective Practice

1.1.1. Practitioner

1.1.2. Scholarly Knowledge (Sockett)

1.2. Psychology

1.2.1. Central topics

1.2.2. Research process

1.2.3. Six Influential Theorists in Educational Psychology

1.3. Curricular Planning

1.3.1. Curricular planning process

1.4. Constructing a clear approach to teaching

1.4.1. Guidelines teachers should consider

2. Instructional decisions

2.1. Lesson Plans

2.2. Learning Objectives

2.3. Curriculum

2.4. Include students when making rules and routines in the classroom

3. Assessing Student Progress

3.1. Evaluation

3.2. Formative assessment

3.3. Testing

3.3.1. Multiple choice

3.3.2. Fill in the blanks

3.3.3. Short answers

3.3.4. true and False

3.3.5. Valid

3.3.6. Reliable

3.4. Rubic

3.5. Letting students know your expectations

3.6. Provide feedback

3.7. have different assessments

3.7.1. presentations

3.7.2. Tests

3.7.3. Papers

3.7.4. portfolios

3.7.5. Learning logs

4. Postive Learning Environment

4.1. Planned lessons and set up of classroom

4.2. Atmosphere

4.3. classroom rules

4.3.1. Include students when making them

4.4. Reward and punishment

4.5. Classroom Management

4.6. Positive behaviour support

4.7. Calm, fair, consistent very important

5. Developmental Differences

5.1. Classroom Management

5.1.1. Organized

5.2. Vygotsky

5.2.1. Scaffolding

5.2.1.1. Proximal Development

5.2.1.2. able to assess what they learned

5.2.1.3. know there cues and decoding

5.2.1.4. break tasks to get feedback

5.2.1.5. connect to prior knowledge

5.3. other variables that make an impact

5.3.1. Space

5.3.1.1. Time

5.3.1.1.1. Language

5.4. Teach to ALL learning styles

6. Intellectual

6.1. Challenges

6.1.1. Special education

6.1.1.1. Indivudalized education plan

6.1.2. Mainstream

6.1.3. Inclusive

6.1.4. Cognitive skill profile

6.1.4.1. Outlines the behavioural and cognitive challegnes

6.2. Different types of learners

6.2.1. Visual

6.2.1.1. Music

6.2.1.1.1. Auditory

6.2.2. Logical

6.2.2.1. Kinesthetics

6.2.3. Reading/Writing

6.2.4. Auditory

6.3. Ability to adapt to ones environment

6.4. Ability to learn from one's experience

7. Socio-Cultural

7.1. "what is good for one is good for all"

7.2. Socio-economic has the greatest influence on achievement

7.2.1. Based upon education, income and occuption

7.2.2. Effects parenting style

7.2.2.1. Permissive style

7.2.2.2. Authoritative

7.2.2.3. Authoritarian

7.3. Religon

7.4. Visible Minorities

7.5. Aboriginals

7.6. Same sex couples

7.7. Single parent families

7.8. Stereotype threat

7.8.1. Fear existing in your eyes or others

7.9. Diversity

7.10. Multicultural

8. Standardized achievement test

8.1. EQAO

8.1.1. Grade 3,6,9

8.1.2. Grade 10 Literacy test

8.2. Aptitude test

8.3. "Teach to test"

8.4. For the government

8.5. Reflect and see who is struggling with what

9. What I Learned

9.1. They are all connected,

9.1.1. All Coexist together

9.1.2. Overlap

9.1.3. Have an impact on Education

9.1.4. Impact on how a student learns

9.1.5. Impact on how a teacher teaches

10. Three learning goals I made at beginning of course/results:

11. Activities I Enjoyed/Learned from the Most:

12. 2 Instructional Approaches to Teaching

13. Schwab’s four commonplaces

14. Dynamic Classroom Management

14.1. 3 Fundamental Understandings when Implementing DCM

15. What are Assessment?

15.1. Three Purposes of Assessment

15.2. When Designing Tests and Exams

15.3. Achievement vs. Aptitude Tests

16. Blooms Taxonomy

17. Three fundamental cognitive functions for intelligence

18. Students who Receive Special Education

19. Social-Cultural Considerations

20. Effects of Parenting Styles on Education

21. Aboriginal Education