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Models of Teaching

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Transcript of Models of Teaching

Concepts that apply to all Learning Models
Light a Candle!
Models of Teaching
Characteristic of an Effective Teacher?
Observations:
Effective Teaching

. . . is made up of a toolkit of ways to reach students and help them build their reservoir of knowledge, skills and enduring values.
Constructivism
Metacognition
Scaffolding
Zone of Proximal Development
Roles of expert performance when developing goals
Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development
Roles of an
Expert Teacher
Learning & Innovative Skills
Creative & Innovation
Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
Communications
Collaboration
Information, Media & Technology Skills
Information Literacy
Media Literacy
Information, Communication, Technology
Life & Career Skills
Flexibility & Adaptability
Initiative & Self Direction
Social & Cross Cultural Skills
Productivity & Accountability
Leadership & Responsibility

www.21stcentury skills.org
21st Century Skills
The Families of Models
The Information-Processing Family
The Social Family
The Personal Family
The Behavioral System Family
Models of Teaching:
Constructivism

Model of
Instructional Process
Differentiated

Diadactics

Professional Teaching Models
Inquiry Based Learning

Cooperative Learning

Jigsaw

Cross Curricular

Integration of Technology

Modifications

Bulletin Boards

Other instructional strategies?

Other instructional strategies:
Concept Attainment Model


Teaching Elementary Social Studies: Principles and Applications, 4/e
Zarrillo

Krathwohl’s Update 2001

Bloom’s Original 1956

Krathwohl’s Update 2001

Bloom’s Original 1956

Bloom’s Taxonomy
K
nowledge – recall of specifics
C
omprehension –understanding what is known
A
pplication – using what is understood
A
nalysis – comparing/contrasting
S
ynthesis – produce original work, something new, predict
E
valuation – making judgments

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lephant!"

Metacognition
Six Hat Thinking
Chart of Families of Models
Model Name
Developer
Purpose
Strategies
Learn these!
Basic Information Models of Teaching
Learn Inductively
Scientific Inquiry
Picture Word Inductive Model
Special Purpose Information-Processing Models
Concept Attainment
Synectics
Memorization
Advanced Organizes
Inquiry Training Model
Social Family Model
Group Investigation
Role Playing
Personal Family Models
Nondirective Teaching
Developing Positive Self-Concepts
Direct Instruction
(Hunter Model)
Behavioral Models
Explicit Instruction
Mastery Learning
Direct Instruction
Can you list any more?
How do you teach?
Bloom's Taxonomy
Levels of Thinking and Questioning
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