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Road to Rigor...
Transcript of Road to Rigor...
Taxonomy We are no longer just skimming the surface,
but teaching at a greater cognitive level for
DEEP conceptual understanding. Monica Dorcz, Kristen Breaux and Iann Flowers Truth Questioning Strategies Wait Time 1 & 2 Myth? or Resource: ASCD: Introduction, Understanding the Mastery Principal
http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/110077/chapters/Introduction@-Understanding-the-Mastery-Principle.aspx Rigor Activity
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yucIF4SCE4E2B88ng1XzejAZbutaqJLx03qVWAUNNh0/edit?pli=1 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f8P4DTFWxj-Cegt5svzTlYP-_f1_JBGlRS4ecDCpUZ4/edit Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create WOLF X-ING https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kiy1brPlswHRjWs0-gwv6RVmX4RtxXi8GVqDD9gSKak/edit Is the teacher asking higher order thinking questions? More critically, are the students responding with one word or extended response? and... Rigor is an environment where each student is expected to:
learn at high levels,
is supported at high levels of learning and demonstrates high levels of learning. Pair Share Turning a Question Around Asking for Similarities/Differences Blog Journal Tools Open Questions Parallel Tasks Wait Time Piggyback with Dignity Cinema Detour Vocabulary http://www.edmodo.com/home Group code: ay7zrv Support What is the most important reason to pursue rigorous instruction for you and your students? How does it align with the definition and characteristics discussed so far? How does, or how would, having a rigorous destination for your instruction change your instructional goals? Is CSCOPE rigorous?
If so, where can you find evidence of rigor in CSCOPE?
If not, what can you do to ensure your students receive rigorous instruction, while still following the district curriculum? Socratic Method What would you add to or change about the portrait of rigorous instruction presented here? What is your personal definition of rigor in the classroom? Which myths about rigor have shaped your beliefs and practice? http://www.beaconlearningcenter.com/weblessons/bloomstaxonomy/blooms06.htm