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Learner-Centered Classrooms

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Transcript of Learner-Centered Classrooms

Framework for Teaching
Domain I: Planning and Preparation
Domain II: Classroom Environment
2a Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport
2b Establishing a Culture for Learning
2c Managing Classroom Procedures
2d Managing Student Behavior
2e Organizing Physical Space
Domain III: Instruction
Domain IV: Professional Responsibilities
Domain 2: Classroom Environment
Creating a Learner-Centered Environment
Domain 2: Classroom Environment
Creating a Learner-Centered Environment
Domain 2: Classroom Environment
Creating a Learner-Centered Environment
GOAL!
Learner-Centered Classrooms
Do our classrooms reflect 21st Century Learning Environments?
Focus areas for Learner-Centered Environments
Teacher
Student
Space
Be deliberate...
Physical environment
Use of space
Selection & Placement of materials
Availability/Usefulness/Placement of Visual Resources
Schedule, use of time
FOCUS: SPACE
How does physical space reflect student input and facilitate a learner-centered environment?
Furniture is strategically arranged and supports instructional outcomes.
Resources and materials are organized and available based on student needs.
Visual resources support students' independent thinking and learning.
Displayed student work is current and evinces choice and pride.

Resources and materials are organized and available based on student needs.
Visual resources support students' independent thinking and learning.
Displayed student work is current and evinces choice and pride.
SPACE
Are you ready to create your
SUPER
learner-centered environment?

Experts
- work independently in classrooms creating a learner-centered environment

Competent
- more time to research and plan for developing a learner -centered environment (Computer lab)
http://www.scoop.it/t/learner-centered-classrooms

Novice - first year teachers and individuals seeking more direct instruction (remain w/presenters)
Domain 2: Classroom Environment
Furniture is strategically arranged and supports instructional outcomes.
EXPERT
(Classrooms)
Competent
(Computer Lab)
Novice
(Session 2)
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