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Quality Learning Environment

Transcript: Quality Learning Environment Explicit quality criteria Engagement High expectations Example 1: Power in Advertising Unit Quality Learning Environment Outline Community Clip From the Rationale: 'Developing proficiency in English enables students to take their place as confident communicators, critical and imaginative thinkers, lifelong learners and informed, active participants in Australian society.' Changes: How will your faculty adapt? Choice: How do you implement choice? Empowering our students: Student Direction and Engagement Responsibility- Students need to take responsibility for their learning What is a quality learning environment? Social support Student self regulation Student direction EN5- 5C thinks imaginatively, creatively, interpretively and critically about information and increasingly complex ideas and arguments to respond to and compose texts in a range of contexts EN5- 7D understands and evaluates the diverse ways texts can represent personal and public worlds (From Content) Develop and apply contextual knowledge • evaluate the ways personal perspective and language choices affect meaning and can be shaped by social, cultural and historical influences • understand that people's evaluations of texts are influenced by their value systems, the context and the purpose and mode of communication Respond to and compose texts • explore and analyse ethical positions on a current issue, including the values and/or principles involved, in digital communication forums Example 1: Power in Advertising Unit Example 2: Year 9 Speeches What does a quality learning environment look like? What does it sound like? Comments about 9ENI Thoughts... 2.1 Explicit Quality Criteria: marking criteria, edit and drafting process, feedback from peers and ongoing feedback from teacher. 2.2 Engagement- use of ICT, creative, interactive, collaborative. 2.3 High Expectations- criteria is detailed, various advertisements were consulted, communication and encouragement from teacher. 2.4 Social Support- working in groups, supportive attitude from peers, marks are awarded for team work. 2.5 Students’ Self Regulation- given class time, can use own digital technology, complete in own time as well. 2.6 Student Direction- interesting, students choose who they would like to work with *, they choose the order to complete the assessment in their groups. *With a different class I may allocate students to groups depending on my knowledge of the students; their personalities, behaviour and social dynamics. Quality Learning Environment and PBL Students come to us with different backgrounds, issues etc, which for the most part we as teachers cannot control. What we can do, is aim to create a positive environment in the classroom and school setting with a focus on learning. (Professor Tim Lewis, University of Missouri) It is about the students and it makes our job easier! For the National Curriculum English Curriculum A passionate professor Students are issued an assessment notification sheet and are asked to write a speech on a topic from the list. Topics- eg. Facebook, The most important issue facing our world today... Criteria- marks awarded for speaking skills but mostly for content. Questions to Consider Conclusion Environment: teach appropriate behaviour- (links to PBL) Encouragement Diversity Research Pride Year 10 Assignment The National Curriculum Task Description A Student: EN5-3B selects and uses language forms, features and structures of texts appropriate to a range of purposes, audiences and contexts, describing and explaining their effects on meaning. Content: Respond to and compose texts: use voice effects, eg tone, volume, pitch, pauses and change of pace, for specific effects such as arguing a point of view or attempting to persuade an audience to a course of action. A Student: EN5-5C thinks imaginatively, creatively, interpretively and critically about information and increasingly complex ideas and arguments to respond to and compose texts in a range of contexts. Class background: Year 10 Selective Task Type: Viewing/Representing Description Students are asked to create and film a television advertisement in groups of 2 or 3. They are to use advertising techniques to try to sell the product. It can be a serious ad or a mock ad. Speaking Assessment Outcomes In your opinion: Outcomes 'Stage statements' Programming (new or revising the old) Changes: How does it meet Quality Learning? Stage 5 Outcomes A student: EN5-1A responds to and composes increasingly sophisticated and sustained texts for understanding, interpretation, critical analysis, imaginative expression and pleasure EN5-2A effectively uses and critically assesses a wide range of processes, skills, strategies and knowledge for responding to and composing a wide range of texts in different media and technologies

Environment Quality

Transcript: Environment Quality By Denise Fasuyi December 2018 Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your fourth topic or just put some placeholder text here. Environmental Quality is defined as a set of properties and characteristics of the environment and their impact on human beings and other organisms. It is a measure of the condition of an environment relative to the requirements of one or more species and or to any human need or purpose What is Environment Quality? Environment Quality? Includes the natural environment as well as the built environment, such as air and water purity or pollution, noise and the potential effects which such characteristics may have on physical and mental health EXAMPLE Safe air, land, and water are fundamental to healthy environment quality. An environment free of hazards, such as noise pollution, secondhand smoke, carbon monoxide, allergens, lead, and toxic chemicals, helps prevent disease and other health problems. The Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) is an independent agency of the United States federal government for environmental protection. They have created numerous laws and regulations such as Clean Air Act- Federal law that regulates air emissions from stationary and mobile sources and protects public health and public welfare and to regulate emissions of hazardous air pollutants. Clean Water Act- establishes the basic structure for regulating discharges of pollutants into the waters of the United States and regulating quality standards for surface waters Toxic Substances Control Act-provides EPA with authority to require reporting, record-keeping and testing requirements, and restrictions relating to chemical substances and/or mixtures, addresses the production, importation, use, and disposal of specific chemicals Noise Control Act- national policy to promote an environment for all Americans free from noise that jeopardizes their health and welfare. Laws & Policies Inadequately controlled noise presents a growing danger to the health and welfare of the Nation's population, particularly in urban areas. The major sources of noise include transportation vehicles and equipment, machinery, appliances, and other products in commerce. The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments added a new title IV, relating to acid deposition control, without repealing the existing title IV, relating to noise pollution. Recommendations Enforce the EQ laws and policies with stricter fines and jail time Dumping hazardous waste into rivers, streams, oceans, or otherwise secluded areas rather than paying to have it taken to a chemical treatment plant should be punishable by up to 5-7 years in jail Put more garbage and recycle cans to avoid people littering Provide incentives to take public transportation or bikes instead of cars Factories cannot be built near communities and residential homes Recommendations Please standup and if you agree with the statement move to the RIGHT if you disagree move to the LEFT. If you are in the middle, stand in the middle. I may call on you to explain your answer Game Time: BODY BAROMETER Poor EQ can have adverse effects on your health It destroys the environment and ultimately the world's ecosystem and ozone Most do not take EQ harm seriously and no effective laws address those who break them The Problem The Problem Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your fourth topic or just put some placeholder text here. Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your fourth topic or just put some placeholder text here. Example of Poor EQ on our Health The Problem

Quality survey EXPECTATIONS

Transcript: Since 2002 the University’s Sports Club have worked to make sports not only a form of entertainment but also a healthy lifestyle. Welcomes students and employees of the University, and to all those who want to integrate sport in his habits. The Sports Club offer their customers an excellent quality / price through a team of over 40 qualified professionals with a single purpose: that our clients achieve their objectives. For this we have the latest technology in materials, equipment and sports facilities, essential for quality sports, whose professionals will guide your training to the health, welfare or performance Heidi Hietala ; Beatriz Rodríguez Introduction The school gym 500 m² room. Modern equipment (with cardiovascular technology) overlooking the football field and running track, high-end guided machines, large free weight and stretching area constantly supervised by a licensed trainer of Science Sport and Physical Activity and / or physiotherapy to develop a training program consistent with the objectives, initial fitness and preferences of the individual customers’ Quality survey EXPECTATIONS Quality survey EXPERIENCES thank you for your attention 22 questions Tangibles 4 Reliability 5 Responsiveness 4 Security 4 Empathy 5 Service quality survey Questions

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