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Rigor and Relevance

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Anita Winslow

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of Rigor and Relevance

Rigor and Relevance The Rigor/Relevance Framework is based on the two dimensions of higher standards and student achievement: Blooms Taxonomy and the Application Model. What are student and teachers roles? Student Actions Teacher Questions Strategies to Take Students to Quadrant D  Brainstorming
 Cooperative Learning
 Inquiry
 Instructional Technology
 Presentations/ Exhibitions
 Problem-based Learning
Project-based Learning
 Project Design
 Research
 Simulation/Role-playing
 Socratic Seminar
 Teacher Questions
 Work-based Learning Planning for Instruction Objectives
1. Briefly explain Rigor and Relevance
2. List strategies and activities to bring students to Quadrant D.
3. Share examples of Rigor and Relevance from the My Math program. My Math by McGraw-Hill Problem-Based Learning
Project-based Learning
Instructional Technology
Data Driven Instruction
3D Interactive Notebooking Quadrant D lessons prepare students for life beyond school.
They prepare students for the work force and to be the leaders of tomorrow in the 21st Century. Quadrant A - Acquisition
Experiences focus on recall or discovery of basic knowledge.

Quadrant B - Application
Activities provide definite opportunities for students to apply knowledge, typically to a real-world problem.

Quadrant C - Assimilation
Activities are often complex and require students to often come up with solutions that lead to deeper understanding of concepts and knowledge.

Quadrant D - Adaptation
Learning experiences are high in rigor and relevance and require unique solutions to unpredictable problems.
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