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The Characteristics of a Rigorous Classroom

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Cheryl Wilson

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Transcript of The Characteristics of a Rigorous Classroom

Increasing Expectations
Demonstrating Learning
Resources
Providing Support
http://static.pdesas.org/content/documents/M4-Slide_11_Characteristics_of_a_Rigorous_Classroom.pdf
Rigor- Part II
Creating an environment in which each student is expected to learn at
higher
levels

Each student is supported so he/she can learn at
higher
levels

Each student demonstrates learning
at
higher
levels
1. Projects and models through actions and comments, " I believe you can!"
2. Does NOT allow for a lack of effort.
3. Provide adequate wait time which conveys the message, "I expect you to answer."
1. Extra help is regularly provided to all students in a non-threatening way.
2. Opportunities for review and individualized support are built into the lesson.
3. Individual or small group tutoring is required for students who do not master material. Ideally, in the regular school day.
Rigor is...
creating an environment in which each student is expected to learn at high levels, and each student demonstrates learning at high levels.
(Blackburn, 2008)

1. When question is asked, all students respond in an interactive manner.
2. Variety of ways to demonstrate learning.
3. Multiple ways to demonstrate understanding (opportunities for rework)
Rigor- Part I
DOK/RBT- Hess Chart for ELA
http://static.pdesas.org/content/documents/M1-Slide_22_DOK_Hess_Cognitive_Rigor.pdf
What Rigor IS
v/s
What Rigor is NOT
What are teachers doing?
What are the students doing?
DOK 1
Recall & Reproduction
DOK 2
Skills & Concepts
DOK 3
Strategic Thinking/Reasoning
DOK 4
Extended Thinking
Question Stem Activity
http://www.principals.org/tabid/3788/default.aspx?topic=Recognizing_Rigor_in_Classrooms_Four_Tools_for_School_Leaders_
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