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And this alleged
World of Tomorrow
?
The Partnership for 21st Century Skills:
What are
WE
really trying to do?
Prepare students for their next grade?
Prepare students to pass standardized tests?
Prepare students to become productive members of today’s society?
Prepare students to become productive members of tomorrow’s society?
All of the above!
Who are
WE
dealing with?
Largest generation (36% of total population).
31% are minorities; more diverse than the adult population.
Have come of age along with the Internet/technology is just stuff.
Information has been universally available and free; community is a digital place of common interest, not shared physical space.
They demand to be catered to on an individual basis.
Realistically, what can
WE
do?
“How do we make it more likely-by design-that more of our students really understand what they are asked to learn” (Wiggens & McTighe, 2005, p. 4)?

“How do we make it more likely-by-design- that more of our students really understand both what they are learning and how they are and can best continue to keep learning, so that they can discover their place in the world of tomorrow” (Greene, book in progress, 2015)?
UbD: Chapter
1
Key Points
Best Quote
Ever
!
Ambrose Bierce's definition of "
Education
"
(http://www.thedevilsdictionary.com/?e=#!)

“That which discloses to the wise and disguises
from the foolish their lack of understanding”
(Wiggens & McTighe, 2005, p. 35)

Interesting vs Effective Learning
Content & Coverage vs Results (the person at the end of the curricular journey)
3 stages of Backward design (p. 18):
Identify Desired Results
Determine Acceptable Evidence
Plan Learning Experiences & Instruction

UbD: Chapter
4:
*Explanation * Interpretation * Application * Perspective * Empathy * Self
-Knowledge*
UbD?
Focus on Big Ideas
Desired Learnings/Results
Supports
BOTH
standards and meaningful learning

Backwards Design- really dig into this concept
The 6 Facets of Understanding, The
A, B, C’s of Curriculum Design, & a Dash of UbD (
for flavor
)

Brandman University, School of Education
EDUU 609, Week 2
Dr. Kimberly Greene

(a quick refresher)
https://thepartnershipfor21stcenturyskills238.eduvision.tv/default.aspx

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UbD: Chapter
2
Key Points
Interesting vs Effective Learning
Content & Coverage vs Results (the person at the end of the curricular journey)
UNDERSTANDING / KNOWING:
“shifting deck chairs on the Titanic” (p. 38)
Authentic understanding/learning- Imagine the difference for these students if
they had only read a book and filled out a bunch of worksheets...


Unpacking Standards
Look for the big idea
Reframe the concept around a larger idea
Find performance indicators
Identify the key nouns, adjectives, and verbs
pp. 64 & 65

UbD: Chapter
3
Key Points
Explanation
Why is “X” as it is?
What events came together to make “X” happen?
Interpretation
What does “X” really mean?
Why does “X” matter?
How does “X” + “Y” + Z” make sense together?
Application
How can I use my knowledge, skill, & ability regarding “X” to do something?
What can I use, alter, manipulate with my skill, knowledge and ability regarding “X” to deal with this situation or make something beneficial to work within the situation?
Perspective
From what Point Of View (POV) is “X” being presented, discussed, assessed, praised, dissed… ?
What are the advantages & disadvantages of “X”?
Empathy
How does “X” look to someone else and why?
What was “X” intended to be, look like, represent to the writer/designer/creator/intended audience… ?
Self-Knowledge
How does who I am (affectively, behaviorally, & cognitively) shape my views on “X”?
What about me makes me possibly not understand “X”?
Why do I believe what I do about “X” and its value?
The 6 Facets of Understanding
Bloom's Taxonomy:
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating
Let's Compare (I):
BLOOM's-
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating
Let's Compare (II):
A, B, & C in the real world

Most over-used (incorrectly) of the 3 domains.
Of the 6 facets of understanding, Application tends to fit under this domain the easiest.
Sometimes called “psychomotor”
Focus should be on the physical experience, tangibles,
The behavioral action needs a
verb
that is
active
, not
passive
A, B, C’s of Curriculum Design :

The Affective, Behavioral, Cognitive Domains
http://www2.gsu.edu/~mstmbs/CrsTools/affverbs.html

Emotions, Feelings, Values, Likes, Desires
The 6 Facets of Understanding:
Interpretation,
Perspective,
Empathy, and
Self-knowledge

Thoughts, Understanding, Conceptual Knowledge
The closest domain to the traditional concept of “learning in the head”.
Of the 6 Facets of Understanding, all can live here but usually,
explanation
&
application
are the most genuinely
cognitive
.
*
Resources:

Wiggens, G., & McTighe, J. (2005).
Understanding by design
. Alexandria, VA:

ASCD Publishing.
UbD-
Explanation
Interpretation
Application
Perspective
Empathy
Self-Knowledge

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/affective/index.html
http://www.cloudnet.com/~edrbsass/affectiveeducation.html
http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/index.php?title=Teaching_and_Learning_in_Affective_Domain

AFFECTIVE
:
A, B, C’s of Curriculum Design :

The Affective, Behavioral, Cognitive Domains
BEHAVIORAL:
http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/index.php?title=Constructionism%2C_Learning_by_Design%2C_and_Project_Based_Learning

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:BhgN0ahgHk8J:www.pediatrics.emory.edu/documents/teaching/resource/Writing%2520Learning%2520Objectivescurriculum101_8.pdf+&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

COGNITIVE:
A, B, C’s of Curriculum Design :
The Affective, Behavioral, Cognitive Domains
http://www2.gsu.edu/~mstmbs/CrsTools/cogverbs.html
http://www.edpsycinteractive.org/topics/cognition/bloom.html
http://www.edutopia.org/east-technology-lab-video

http://www.edutopia.org/heifer-international-global-village-video

http://www.edutopia.org/engineering-success-aviation-pbl-video


*Note: The text citation for UbD is the correct APA formatting; however, the multiple other links and videos are not listed here as they are swapped out from time to time and as this is simply an in-class resource rather than a formal document those are not present here. If this was a formal document, every single resources would indeed be listed in the correct APA formatting.
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