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Design Issues in Learning Environments

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Amelia Merwin

on 21 July 2015

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Transcript of Design Issues in Learning Environments

Design Issues For Learning Environments
Design Issues for Learning Environments
or, How to Backwards Plan Your Units Like a Pro!
PRODUCTIVE STATION WORK!
Guidelines
3. How does this type of planning on our end affect our students
and
the learning environments that we create?
SOCRATIVE
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
On the top of your new paper, write down the name of a unit that you might be teaching in the near future
Learning Objective
Teachers will be able to backwards plan specific elements of an upcoming unit while addressing the questions asked in "Design Issues for Learning Environments"
Find Your Partner!
Read your quote -- you will have either a
cost
or a
benefit
of a design issue


Find the person who has the opposite quote about your same learning issue and sit with them

(3 minutes to find your partner & discuss your quotes!)

1870-1871
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QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
1. Which station topic was most difficult to plan in-depth at your tables?
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
2. Which station topics are most necessary to your discipline? Least necessary? Why?
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
You will travel around with your partner,
but you may each work your own unit.
4 minutes per station!
Breadth vs. Depth of knowledge
What criteria did you use to determine what should be covered broadly and what should be covered in-depth?
What are the costs and benefits of
having students gain diverse expertise?
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
Diverse vs. Uniform Expertise
REFLECTION TIME :)
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