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Depth of Knowledge Training
Transcript of Depth of Knowledge Training
Knowledge DOK? How does DOK and Bloom's relate? In A Nutshell: And now let's connect Compare: Depth of Knowledge measures the degree to which the knowledge elicited from students on an assessment matches the complexity of what students must know and do as part of the standards. "The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled." Webb's Depth of Knowledge Video Every assessment question will have a DOK level. What does DOK look like? How is Depth of Knowledge similar and different from Bloom's Taxonomy? Investigate: -Plutarch, on listening to lectures Levels of
D.O.K. In what kinds of learning activities will students have to engage in order to be successful on CCSS assessments? Depth of Knowledge is about task complexity. DOK is less reliant on the verb and more reliant on the context. Collaborate: Create a poster as a content-area team. Brainstorm lessons and activities that you currently teach that would fit into one of the DOK levels. Next, brainstorm lessons and activities that you could teach to fill in the gaps. Share In Groups:
Depth of Knowledge
Rigor & Relevance to DOK is a reference to the complexity of mental processing that must occur in order to answer a question. DOK = = DOK is NOT determined by the verb, but by the context in which the verb is used.