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  1. Wholistic Education (WE) Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment (CIA) Model

  2. Wholistic Education (WE) Curriculum Model WE Curriculum Model FIVE Critical Attributes • Intellectually Engaging • Highly varied, Multi- dimensional • Requires Active Engagement • Collaborative • Personally Meaningful

  3. Wholistic Education (WE) Curriculum Model Thematic Multi-genre Approach There a multitude of research based benefits including; • Using a thematic approach to teach literature provides a conceptual framework for exploring essential questions and enduring understandings (i.e., the logic at the heart of the discipline) and promotes student-centered inquiry. • Using a thematic approach to teach literature affords opportunities to make interdisciplinary connections to the concepts of other disciplines. • The multi-genre approach will provide a variety of reading experiences for students, afford opportunities for synthesis of ideas across several texts and genres, and provide various points of entry into the essential questions and enduring understandings.  • Using a thematic, multi-genre approach will allow us to collaboratively develop annotated bibliographies of novels, plays, short fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and text which are personally meaningful to the student/ learner.

  4. The WE Curriculum Model follows the WE Weekly Curriculum Map The WE Curriculum Model applies the two WE Core Classroom Components (CCC) • Established Routines (classroom norms) and • Daily Protocol.

  5. Core Classroom Components  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) &  Daily Protocol Wholistic Education (WE) Core Classroom Components are the “non- negotiable” aspects of the WE Curriculum Model. Established Routines and Daily Protocol are the two key concepts which distinguish the Wholistic Education CIA model of transformative engagement from other models. The WE curriculum model follows a repeated daily & weekly format. The benefit of a repeated themed daily/ weekly format is that it creates a pattern of structure yet it still allows for teacher flexibility. These two components provide the structure and the format for presenting the Wholistic Education (WE) Curriculum Model which employs a thematic, multi-genre approach. The WE Core Classroom Components provides multi- various benefits for the teacher and the student/ learner.

  6. Core Classroom Components  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) &  Daily Protocol The WE Core Classroom Components provide multi- various benefits for the teacher and the student/ learner. The WE methodology embeds personal meaning, cultural relevance, active engagement, collaboration, and real- world connection. The components create a pattern of structure yet it still permits flexibility. This format will help to facilitate teacher planning and instruction which models copious educational best practices such as; Inclusion Enrichment/ Rigor Differentiation Learning Styles

  7. Core Classroom Components  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) &  Daily Protocol • The Wholistic Education Core Classroom Components have a plethora of positive outcomes which are specifically designed for the maximal development of all students/ learners. • Students know what to expect on a daily and weekly basis • Reduces stress and anxiety • Reinforces consistency • Creates a safe learning environment • Cultivate habits of a self- directed learner

  8. Core Classroom Components  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) &  Daily Protocol  Established Routines (Classroom Norms)  Daily Protocol Daily Protocol: The daily format is repeated weekly. The content changes based on the multi-genre, standards based unit focus. The Daily/ Weekly format is ALWAYS followed, hence the term, Protocol. Wholistic Education (WE) Weekly Curriculum Map: Day(s) 1-5 Essential Questions (EQ) *Uses 8 Elements of Reasoning- Paul/ Elder Model Introduce “Logic Wheel” as the KEY TOOL that drives critical thinking in the WE Curriculum Model and as the primary means of implementing the Core Classroom Components.  Established Routines: This is the format for the daily classroom agenda. These six daily norms can use as a template for lesson planning.

  9.  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) • This is the format for the daily classroom agenda. These six daily norms can use as a template for lesson planning. • Pre- Opening  Opening •  Arouse Curiosity • Intellectually Engaging Interactions (IEI) • Art of Body Movement (ABOMO) • Closing

  10.  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) • Pre- Opening • ‘Come On In Song’ inviting, positive, inspiring music that is related to learning focus or theme. *Greet learners at the door with a smile and a positive word. • –Post Lyrics or pass out lyric sheet/ Use Lyrics in lesson – Can be the same song weekly, throughout the unit, day(s) 1-5 (be consistent)

  11.  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) • Opening -2 min. • Space needs to be inviting i.e. calm, clean, organized, structured, accessible prepared, reflects the diversity of the students, the community and the world. • Time For Reflection (TFR) • No Teaching/ No Talking • Come In, Get Settled, BE SILENT • Things to do: breathe, reflection, journal writing, read, meditate, be still, get focused, review, study, prepare.

  12.  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) • Arouse Curiosity -15 min • HOOK/ ENROLL- Be Relevant. Be visual. Be Creative. Be Humorous or Interesting. • Essential Questions: Present in a variety of mediums • *Key Focus on Generating NON- linguistic representations. • written 2) film clip • 3) video/media 4) picture/ illustration • Daily Essential Questions (EQ) follow a weekly repeated format using resources from The Foundation for Critical Thinking.*Use Elder/ Paul Model of “Elements of Thoughts” / “Logic Wheel” • TFR & TTT (Time To Think) = nothing but THINKING i.e. silent reflection • = defined time limit/ clear focus • = silence is valued/ brain is respected

  13.  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) • Art and Science of Literary Enrichment (ASLE) • ‘Bank of Activities’ rooted in the Wholistic Education (WE) three core building blocks (3CB’s) which are critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making. • Based on Marzano’s 9 Best Practices • **See WE Weekly Curriculum Map

  14.  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) • Intellectually Engaging Interactions (IEI) • Movement/ Kinesthetics • Break-out work • Hands- on activities • –Rotation Stations • **CREATE/ GENERATE

  15.  Established Routines (Classroom Norms) • Closing -15min. • **Critical Reflection (Paul/ Elder Model) • **Complete WE TFR Template Sheet • **Review, Reflection, Continued building (connections)

  16.  Daily Protocol The daily format is repeated weekly. The content changes based on the multi-genre, standards- based unit focus. The Daily/ Weekly format is ALWAYS followed, hence the term, Protocol. Wholistic Education (WE) Weekly Curriculum Map: Day(s) 1-5/ M-F Essential Questions (EQ) *Uses 8 Elements of Reasoning- Paul/ Elder Model Introduce “Logic Wheel” as the KEY TOOL that drives critical thinking in the WE Curriculum Model and as the primary means of implementing the Core Classroom Components (CCC). The Weekly Format is repeated and uses resources from the Foundation of Critical Thinking to formulate the daily essential questions.

  17.  Daily Protocol Essential Questions (EQ) Day 1 = Monday(s) Focus: Purpose & Questions Essential Questions (EQ) Day 2 = Tuesday(s) Focus: Information & Point of View (POV) Essential Questions (EQ) Day 3 = Wednesday(s) Focus: Concepts/ideas & Assumptions Essential Questions (EQ) Day 4 = Thursday(s) Focus: Implications & Consequences Essential Questions (EQ) Day 5 = Friday(s) Focus: Interpretations & Inferences

  18.  Daily Protocol The daily essential questions are based in the eight elements of reasoning and serve as a framework to examine the curriculum content which is presented using a thematic, multi-genre approach. The daily element focus is also meant to drive the lessons and activities to be used in the Intellectually Engaging Interaction (IEI) and the Art and Science of Literary Enrichment (ASLE) sections of the Established Routines i.e. Classroom Norms.

  19. WE Weekly Curriculum Map