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Transcript of NWP 2011
EMWP: 2011 Eastern Michigan
Writing Project Are you a 21st century teacher?
Think, Pair, Share
(Dr. Spencer Kagan) A Vision of K-12 Students... 21 Signs You're a 21st Century Teacher: (Simple K-12) RtI
Response to Instruction
- using the Common Core Standards and State's Standards
for a needed structural change in Tier I, our general education classrooms What Employers Seek: (Dr. Spencer Kagan):
(in order of importance)
communication skills (verbal and written)
interpersonal skills (relates well to others)
strong work ethic
gpa 3.0 or higher
sense of humor How do we foster an environment that nurtures and teaches these skills?
P: Positive Interdependence (my gain is your gain - create a cooperative community)
I: Individual Accountability
E: Equal Participation
S: Simultaneous Interaction By doing PIES, you set all students up for success.
You can now call on any child to participate.
(Inclusive - all responsive)
(Equitable - scaffolded)
(Academic - rich in vocabulary) Anthony Chivetta, high school student:
"The need to know the capital of Florida died when my phone learned the answer. Rather, the student of tomorrow needs to be able to think creatively: they will need to learn on their own, adapt to new challenges and innovate on-the-fly. Kevin Feldman states that the key to effective instruction is to
"make the thinking visible" Research Based Instruction
Systematic, Intentional, Explicit, and Robust
Steps in Instruction: (skill or strategy)
- I do it. (model)
- You do it. (guide)
- We do it. (check)
Dr. Anita Archer http://pewresearch.org/millennials/quiz/intro.php No assign and bless...
No teach the best & leave the rest
The more ways we teach, the more students we reach As a teacher, we know 'what' - but we need to know 'how.' *Technology is not about 'fun.'
It is a TOOL.
It's about enhancing instructional practices and encouraging collaboration. A few favorites (must have resources!):
Kelly Tenkely: www.ilearntechnology.com
Richard Byrne: www.freetech4teachers.com
Erin Klein: www.kleinspiration.com If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.
- John Dewy