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A Recipe for Success for the Idaho Core

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Michael Nelson

on 24 July 2014

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Transcript of A Recipe for Success for the Idaho Core

A RECIPE

INGREDIENTS
-
what your recipe needs
Participants will be able to:
understand the instructional qualities of a distinguished Idaho Core Teacher;
utilize technology-based tools through the SAMR Model that fit student needs and teacher desires
collaborate with other teachers to develop "best practices" for instruction and assessment.
Group Code:
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FOR
SUCCESS

for meeting the Idaho Core Standards

Forms and Docs >
"The Body of a Teacher"
PREPARATIONS
- getting ready to teach
MEASUREMENT
- monitoring & improving
PROCEDURES
- putting pieces together
TIME & TEMPERATURE
- watch and adapt
SERVE & SHARE
- collaborating to continue the work
FINAL THOUGHTS

Digital Differentiation Needs:
Essential Questions
Flexible Learning Paths
Teacher as Facilitator
A "typical day" in a differentiated classroom:
predictable, not rigid, schedule
purposeful blocks of time
procedures defined and in place
students assuming responsibility
voice and choice for students
daily/weekly goal setting and reflection
regular community building for fun and problem solving
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