The Verbs Are Used to Write Program Outcomes and Student Learning Outcomes

The Verbs Are Used to Write Program Outcomes and Student Learning Outcomes

Bloom s Taxonomy. The verbs are used to write program outcomes and student learning outcomes. The model questions and instructional strategies represent some examples to use for creating discussions and student learning experiences in the classroom.

Supplementary Material for Chapter 35

Supplementary Material for Chapter 35

Supplementary Material for Chapter 35. The Story of Source Reliability: Practicing Research and Evaluation Skills using The Story of Stuff Video. This chapter is published as. LaFantasieJJ. 2016. The Story of Source Reliability: Practicing Research and.

CAEA Lesson Plan Format

CAEA Lesson Plan Format

CAEA Lesson Plan Format. LESSON TITLE: What does it look/move/sound like: Aesthetics and Creative Literacy? Name of Presenter: Karen McGarry. Grade Level: HS, HE. Background Information.

The Children of Standlake Will Reach Their Potential by Belonging to a Supportive And

The Children of Standlake Will Reach Their Potential by Belonging to a Supportive And

The children of Standlake will reach their potential by belonging to a supportive and inclusive community, believing in themselves, each other and Christian values and building on their successes.

Please Take Attendance on the Attendance Roster Sheet

Please Take Attendance on the Attendance Roster Sheet

Substitute Lesson Plans Monday, May 15th (Odd Day). Please Take Attendance on the Attendance Roster Sheet. Make sure there are 24 Calculators upfront in the Blue Basket when you enter and leave. If a fire drill, turn right and then turn left down the steps past room 214 (follow people).

The ABC S of Ms. Smith S Classroom

The ABC S of Ms. Smith S Classroom

The ABC s of Ms. Smith s Classroom. Attendance: Students are allowed to enter the building at 7:45am each morning. After 8am, students will be considered tardy. Please try to have your student come on time each day to school this way they can start their.

The Use of Inspiration on Student Reading

The Use of Inspiration on Student Reading

THE USE OF INSPIRATION ON STUDENT READING. COMPREHENSION AND MOTIVATION. InPartial Fulfillment for the Master of Arts in TeachingEducation. atPacific University. Anita Zijdemans-Boudreau. Second Reader. Title: Evaluating the Impact of Inspiration on Student Reading Comprehension and Motivation.

St John S CE Primary School

St John S CE Primary School

St John s CE Primary School. Year 2 Curriculum Fact Sheet. Autumn22017 Pumpkin Soup. This gives you some information about some of the work your children will be involved in during the first four weeks of this half term. Reading the story and exploring our understanding of it.

Entry-Level Standards for Michigan Teachers (ELSMT) Were Developed Under the Guidance Of

Entry-Level Standards for Michigan Teachers (ELSMT) Were Developed Under the Guidance Of

Entry-Level Standards for Michigan Teachers. Proposed Professional Standards for Michigan Teachers. The Entry-Level Standards for Michigan Teachers (ELSMT) were developed under the guidance of the Professional Standards Commission for Teachers (PSCT).

Planning Guide:Increasing Patterns

Planning Guide:Increasing Patterns

Planning Guide:Increasing Patterns. Examples of Group Assessment. 1. Extending Increasing Patterns. Give the students the task on one day of extending several increasing patterns, include one pictorial and one numeric, which grow by a constant such as.

Parent Newsletter Autumn 2 2017

Parent Newsletter Autumn 2 2017

Parent Newsletter Autumn 2 2017. Topic: Ancient Greece. This is a wonderful topic that gives the children the opportunities to explore Ancient Greece including Greek gods, The Olympics, What we learnt from the Greeks and also some Greek pottery artwork.

Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish

Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish

Dinosaurs and all that rubbish. Lower Primary to Middle Primary with extension activities for older students listed at end of lesson plan. Lesson description. This lesson is centred around the picture book Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish by Michael Foreman.

Grade 6 English Language Arts Computer-Based Practice Test Answer Key

Grade 6 English Language Arts Computer-Based Practice Test Answer Key

Grade 6 English Language Arts Computer-Based Practice Test Answer Key. The following pages include the answer key for all machine-scored items, followed by the rubrics for the hand-scored items. Scoring rubric for Grade 6 Practice Test Item #3: Narrative Essay*.

Keep This Page in Your Notebook All Year As the First Page

Keep This Page in Your Notebook All Year As the First Page

KEEP THIS PAGE IN YOUR BINDERALL YEAR AS THE FIRST PAGE! CLASSROOM GUIDELINES: Español 1 (SPANISH I). BIENVENIDOS! Welcome to Spanish I! I am glad that you have chosen to study Spanish. I enjoy teaching.

Introduction to Taxonomy

Introduction to Taxonomy

Introduction to Taxonomy. Content/Grade level(s):9th grade Biology. Category: Lesson Plan. Estimate time: 90 minutes. TEKS addressed: TEKS Science: B.8A-C. Key words: Taxonomy, Classification, Characteristics, Categorize. Related domain: None. Attachment descriptions.

NYCDOE Talent Management Pilot Rubric Version 1 1

NYCDOE Talent Management Pilot Rubric Version 1 1

Balducci-Flugger. NYCDOE Talent Management Pilot Rubric Version 1 1. Teacher Name: ____ Melina Balducci-Flugger______X Full Period ___ Partial Period Subject/Grade/Class: 9th Social Studies Date: ______. Learning activities are boring and/or not well aligned to the instructional goals.