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Subject Centered vs. Student Centered

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Subject Centered vs. Student Centered

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  1. Subject Centered vs. Student Centered • Cultural Heritage • Teacher’s sense of security (skills and knowledge) • Orderly manner: Reduces repetition (grade levels) • Permits methodical assessment of pupil progress: content knowledge • Facilitates cooperative group planning by educators (scope and sequence) • Releases the teacher from pressure to follow scripted scope and seq. (learners needs?) • Positive influence on learners as instruction is varied (need based) • Encourages teacher judgment, selecting content suitable for learners • Increases the likelihood that content has learner relevance • Modifies instruction based on learner differences • Allows more latitude for creative planning for individual teacher

  2. Student-Centeredness Subject-Centeredness

  3. Whose Standards? • Depends (State, Type of Standards, etc.) • Association of Teachers of Specific Disciplines • 1989 National Association of Teachers of Mathematics • National Standards • State Committees (Teachers, Admin., Workforce Representatives) • Skills – NETS Standards

  4. FUNDING • Politically Based/Needs Based • TDOE, LEAP, ITQ • Ed.gov, Grants.gov • NEA, AFT(Specific Professional Org.) • NSTA (Toyota Tapestry) • NSF, NIH, Service Learning • Donors Choose

  5. The Standards-Based Assessed Curriculum

  6. The Standards-Based Assessed Curriculum P L C P L C P L C PLC

  7. Standards-Based Assessment • TVASS – Assessment for Instruction????

  8. The Standards-Based Assessed Curriculum P L C P L C P L C PLC

  9. Assessment (Purpose) • Diagnostic Assessment? • To Improve Student Learning (Formative)? • Assess Student Knowledge or Proficiency (Summative)? • Compare the Performance of Students (norm-referenced vs. criterion-referenced) • To Evaluate Teachers and Schools

  10. Classroom Assessment • Observation Assessment? • Performance/Authentic Assessment? • Portfolio Assessment? • Teacher Made Tests & Quizzes • Criteria for Quality?

  11. The Standards-Based Assessed Curriculum P L C P L C P L C PLC

  12. Types & Models of Instruction

  13. Expository

  14. Demonstration

  15. Mastery Learning

  16. Inquiry

  17. Inquiry Resources • http://tip.psychology.org/bruner.html • http://www.miamisci.org/ph/lpintro5e.html • http://enhancinged.wgbh.org/research/eeeee.html • http://www.roundrockisd.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=11120 • http://www.roundrockisd.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=11119 • http://physicsed.buffalostate.edu/AZTEC/RTOP/RTOP_full/ • http://stemteachersnowpdproject.wikispaces.com/

  18. Critical Thinking

  19. Critical Thinking (Jigsaw)

  20. Critical Thinking (Socratic Method) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy-BJZoiyrI

  21. “Critical Thinking”Role Play

  22. Critical Thinking “Problem-Based Learning” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbBS8sHrDgA&feature=related

  23. Critical Thinking “Debate”

  24. Powerful Learning

  25. The Standards-Based Assessed Curriculum P L C P L C P L C PLC