Checking for Understanding - Palo Verde Unified School District
Schedule 8:00 am 8:10 am 8:20 am 8:50 am 9:35 am 9:45 am 10:45 am 11:00 am 12:00 pm 1:00 pm 2:00 pm
2:10 pm 3:10 Welcome, Goals & Objectives-C & I (10 mins) Superintendent (10 mins or TBD) Power Point-Principals (30 mins) Research-Chapters 2, 3 & 5-Teachers (45 mins) Break (10 mins) Jig Saw with New Group (60 mins) Jig Saw-Final Word (15 mins)
Model Lesson - DAIT (45-60 mins) Lunch (60 mins) Planning By Grade Level/Dept-Teachers (60 mins) Break (10 mins) Cafeteria By Site Expectation, Principals Report Out (60 minutes) Closure and Evaluation (20 mins) Checking for Understanding Goal: Participants will develop a deeper understanding of effective
strategies to check for understanding in the classroom setting. Checking for Understanding Objectives for Today Refine understanding of the theories related to Checking for Understanding Analyze research on Checking for Understanding Develop or refine skills to use oral language, questions and
projects (Thinking Maps) to check for understanding Develop a common language to discuss and apply Checking for Understanding strategies (oral language, questions and projects, Thinking Maps) in the classroom setting Observe model lessons which have incorporated Checking for Understanding strategies Plan lessons that incorporate Checking for Understanding Site Expectations PVUSD Principals
Checking for Understanding 1. Define checking for understanding 2. List 3-5 strategies you currently use in your classroom to check for understanding 3. How will systematic strategically planned checking for understanding, districtwide, impact student achievement? Checking for Understanding Accountability
Timely feedback Ongoing assessment Instructional adjustments are keys to improving student achievement
Checking for Understanding The Definition-Fisher and Frey Formative Examples Oral Language Questions Projects and Performances Results Checking for Understanding
Misconceptions About Checking for Understanding Unqualified Responses Capable Learners Open Ended Questions One student responds at a time No students respond at all Parallel/unconnected conversations Checking for Understanding Processing Research
Groups K, 1st AND 7th - 12th ELA/Soc. Sci Chap. 2 2nd, 3rd, 4th, AND 7th - 12th Math Chap. 3 5th, 6th AND 7th - 12th Science, Music, Chap.
5 Arts, JROTC, PE, Electives Checking for Understanding Processing Text-PLC P-Planning Applications L-Learned Something New C-Classroom Application I would like to try Checking for Understanding
Prioritize your top three Ps, Ls and Cs Whip Around (Ps), (Ls) & (Cs) How do you determine that your students have learned what you have taught? Discuss Classroom Applications for Checking for Understanding Immediate Knowledge of Results Knowledge of Results Checking for Understanding
Develop consensus on talking points and common language that will be used to present this chapter to other groups Checking for Understanding Chapter #_____ - Talking Points
Chapter #_____ - Talking Points Checking for Understanding The Final Word
DAIT Presentation Model Lessons Oral Language Questions Projects and Performances Checking for Understanding Discuss your Ls from PLC with a Non Job Alike
LUNCH TIME Checking for Understanding Planning DAIT/Site Leadership K room _____ 1st room _____ 2nd room _____ 3rd room _____ 4th room _____ 5th room _____
6th room _____ ELA/SS room _____ Math room _____ Science room _____ Music, Arts, JROTC, PE & Electives room _____ Site Expectations Principals meet with site Principals present site expectations
Closure and Evaluation Director of C & I, Malcolm Butler Follow through dates January 27th January through June Evaluation Facilitators
K Sandi Butler-Roberts 1 Bob Bilek 2 Josie Koivisto 3 Kira Shirrer, Laura Mathews & Stephanie Hall 4 Jeremy James 5 Jeff Blansett 6 Dr. Omaira Lee 7th 12th ELA Larry Brown, Dr. Marrio Walker 7th 12th Science Eric / Lisa Schlehuber 7th 12th Math Jerry / Lois Shaffer
7th 12th Social Studies Stan 7th 12th Electives, PE, Music, JROTC Max Friedman Things to Do: Contact DAIT for DAIT needs 12 facilitators Handouts AV Needs Seating Arrangements-Map Equity Sticks-or ?? Ice Breaker/Transitions/Quotes
Materials Chart Paper Post Its markers Pens Teachers Manuals Pacing Guides Transportation of Materials to HS give aways dvd clips
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