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MOOC's: Creating a True Independent Studies Course
Transcript of MOOC's: Creating a True Independent Studies Course
by Seth Jaeger, MPA
The Driving Question of the Differentiated Classroom: How is each student doing in relation to their readiness and potential, and what instructional intervention do I use to enable them to progress toward our learning goal?
Differentiated instruction is designed to match the levels of the students in the classroom.
Learning Centers or Stations
Research and Independent Study
Students as Producers
Thinking and inquiry
Instructional Strategies for Differentiation
Content: What the student needs to learn or how the student will get access to the information
Four Elements of Differentiation
Process: activities in which the student engages in order to make sense or master the content
Products: Culminating projects that ask the student to rehearse, apply, and extend what he or she has learned on the unit
Learning Environment: the way the classroom works and feels.
Whenever a teacher reaches out to an individual or a small group to vary his or her teaching in order to create the best learning experience possible, the teacher is differentiating instruction
Consider it a work-In-progress
Base it on students' needs
Learn everything you can about your students
Gradually introduce more difficult lessons
Stay up-to-date on best practices
Tips for Successful Differentiation
Carol Ann Tomlinson-
Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the needs of all learners in the Classroom
How to Differentiate in the Mixed Ability Classroom
Resources for Differentiation
Difficulty vs Complexity
Depth of Knowledge (DOK) and
Bloom's Taxonomy of Higher Order Thinking
"Differentiation is neither revolutionary nor something extra. It is simply teaching mindfully and with the intent to support the success of each human being for whom we accept professional responsibility"
-Sousa and Tomlinson
MOOC ACTION PLAN
MOOC Topic Area :
Insert title of MOOC
Insert a short description of your course (approximately 2-4 sentences) that explains the activity at a high level/DOK justification)
By the end of this activity, what will know or be able to do?
Explain how you will go about completing the activity
- How will you spend your time on this project?
- What research will you do?
- What experts will you interview?
- How will you document your findings?
- How will you know if you are getting closer to finishing?
Describe what you will produce by the end of the activity (e.g., a 3D model of a crime scene; a 3 page research paper).
Schedule / workplan: -
Note how long it will take you to complete the course of study (e.g., 1 day a week for 3 weeks for a total of 3 days/every day for 1 month/2 hours a week for 9 weeks ).
List your milestones for this enrichment activity (e.g., How will you stay on schedule?)
- List the date/times that you will meet with your mentor to review your progress on the enrichment activity.
Multiple Intelligence Theory
Create your own MOOC using the Flipped Classroom Model
How can you use MOOC's in your program?
No Excuse List
Objectives for this session:
-expose the learner to ideas of modern and innovative methodology in the delivery of accelerative programs
-elicit various responses from front-line practitioners in which said methodologies could be implemented in diverse districts serving gifted populations