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Viable Instructional Models to Platform Learning. Joyce VanTassel-Baska, Ed.D. Jody and Layton Smith Teacher in Training Official Executive, Community for Talented Instruction The School of William and Mary. Building Meticulousness in Cutting edge Educational programs. Begin with a propelled educational modules base.
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Powerful Instructional Models to Scaffold Learning Joyce VanTassel-Baska, Ed.D. Jody and Layton Smith Professor in Education Executive Director, Center for Gifted Education The College of William and Mary

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Building Rigor in Advanced Curriculum Start with a propelled educational modules base. Utilize demonstrative evaluations to align real understudy learning levels. Utilize errand requests that require more elevated amount intuition and critical thinking. Give criticism on execution. Utilize appraisal that is progressed.

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Rigor cont. Track advance on cutting edge abilities. Subgroup understudies by learning rate and advance on complex material. Alter the educational modules level upward as proof recommends status for focused learners. Manage development in adapting new substance and aptitudes.

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Concept Development Model Reasoning Model Problem-Based Learning Hamburger Model Dagwood Model Vocabulary Web Literature Web Models

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Literature Web Key Words Feelings READING Ideas Images/Symbols Structure

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Wild Geese You don\'t need to be great. You don\'t need to stroll on your knees for a hundred miles through the forsake, apologizing. You just need to let the delicate creature of your body love what it adores. Inform me concerning despair, yours, and I will disclose to you mine. In the mean time the world goes on. In the mean time the sun and the reasonable stones of the rain are moving over the scenes, over the prairies and the profound trees, the mountains and the waterways. Then the wild geese, high in the perfect blue air, are heading home once more. Whoever you are, regardless of how forlorn, the world offers itself to your creative energy, calls to you like the wild geese, unforgiving and energizing – again and again reporting your place in the group of things. - M. Oliver

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Vocabulary Web Synonyms: Source (sentence where you saw the word): Definition: WORD: Antonyms: Example: Part of Speech: Analysis Word Families: Stems: Origin:

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Hamburger Model for Persuasive Writing Introduction (State a supposition.) Elaboration Reason Elaboration Conclusion

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Claim/Opinion/Introduction Details Background Reason Other Points of View Elaboration Reason Other Points of View Elaboration Reason Other Points of View Elaboration Conclusion Dagwood Model

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Issues in Teaching Thinking Embedding in substance Use of numerous modes and sorts Assessed by items

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Purpose/Goal Point of View Assumptions Evidence/Data Issue/Problem Inferences Concepts/Ideas Implications/Consequences Elements of Reasoning - Paul, 1992

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Question Tree in light of Reasoning Model What is the issue or issue of intrigue? What is the reason for _____________? What perspectives or points of view are imperative to understanding __________________? What suppositions underlie every viewpoint on ________? What information/confirm bolster a given point of view on _____? What induction can be made about ______________, in light of the proof? What are the suggestions and outcomes of __________?

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Reasoning Sample In mid-July, I called the region office that handles streetlights. I called attention to that low-developing tree limbs in my neighborhood were clouding some of the streetlights. I additionally called attention to that a portion of the roads were almost absolutely dim. The region educated me that trimming trees far from lights was not one of its obligations and I was advised to call Virginia Power. When I called Virginia Power, I was educated that trimming appendages far from streetlights was not its duty and I ought to call the region. I told the power organization that the district had expressed that Virginia Power was in charge of the work. I likewise educated the province that Virginia Power\'s position is that the area must take every necessary step. These two associations are in no rush to determine this issue, for the appendages are developing longer as the boulevards become darker. I can dare to dream that on the off chance that you print this note, possibly I\'ll get some activity. - from The Virginia Gazette, October 3, 1998

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Reasoning about a Situation or Event What is the circumstance? Who are the partners? What is the perspective for every partner? What are the presumptions of each gathering? What are the ramifications of these perspectives?

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Examples of Concepts (utilized as a part of W&M educational programs units) CHANGE SYSTEMS CAUSE AND EFFECT AUTHORITY PERSPECTIVE Concept Development Process Cite cases. Sort. Refer to non-illustrations. Sum up. Idea Development

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Sample Concepts Useful in Curriculum Development

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Boundaries Elements Inputs Outputs Interactions Analyzing a System

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Features of Problem-based Learning Learner-focused Real world issue Teacher as guide or mentor Emphasis on community oriented groups Employs metacognition Uses elective appraisal Embodies logical process.

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Problem Statement (Tailored for Local Area) You are the boss of the day move of the Virginia State Highway Patrol in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is 6:00 a.m. on a hot June morning. You are stirred by the ringing telephone. When you answer you are told, "Gone to the Queen\'s Creek bridge on eastward Interstate 64. There has been a noteworthy mischance and you are required." Quickly you dress and rush to the bridge. As you approach the scaffold, you see a toppled truck that is totally blocking both eastward paths of the expressway. You see "Destructive" on little signs as an afterthought and back of the truck. The truck has lost no less than one haggle laying on the expressway watch rail. There is a vast slice in the side of the truck; from this cut, an unmistakable fluid is running down the side of the truck, onto the street, and down the slope into Queen\'s Creek. Steam is ascending from the river. The sum total of what movement has been ended and everybody has been advised to stay in their autos. Huge numbers of the drivers in the congested road seem, by all accounts, to be irate and disappointed. Cops, fire fighters, and protect squad laborers are at the scene. They are all wearing coveralls and veils. The protect squad is putting the oblivious truck driver onto a stretcher. Everybody appears to be rushed and restless.

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Need to Know Board

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Meaningful Project Work Advances content understanding Teaches more elevated amount aptitudes of perception and metacognition. May be gathering or individual Requires composed and oral results May be here and now or long haul (1 week-1 semester) Is evaluated by rating of abilities utilized and nature of item

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Sample Task Demand Ask understudies to plan a test to test an issue important to them: Examples: Do individuals incline toward Product X over Product Y? Are ants pulled in to sugar? Are young ladies more dependent on PCs than young men? An exploration report must be arranged and introduced, utilizing innovation applications. Make certain to address speculation, information gathering procedures, proper information tables, conclusions, and ramifications of the discoveries in view of the first question.

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What is Positive Change? Upgrading learning for understudies Climate of brilliance Learning-focused understudies, guardians, and educators

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