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  2. Agenda: Stage One Your Stage One Status Thinking about Assessment Session 7

  3. I know now… • The context of my session • I can write an overview • I identified the target audience • This is an authentic project (include in overview)

  4. Reflection to UbD • 3:10

  5. Enduring Understanding Checklist Note: Enduring understandings can be topical and overarching---Topical understandings are unit or course specific, while overarching understandings are broader and offer a bridge to other units and courses  • Is it a complete sentence? Students will understand that… • Does it specify something to be understood (not known)? • ·Does it focus on big ideas; it is abstract and transferable? • Is inquiry is required for understanding the claim (enduring understanding)? • Does it involve abstract, counterintuitive, and easily misunderstood ideas? • Is the understanding best acquired by “uncovering”(i.e. it must be developed inductively, co-constructed by learners) and “doing” (i.e. using the ideas in realistic settings and with real-world problems)? • Does it summarize important strategic principles in skill areas?

  6. Establishing Priorities Worth being familiar with Important to know and do Enduring understanding

  7. Worth Being Familiar With Worth being familiar with • What do we want our students to hear,read, view, research, or otherwise encounter?

  8. Important to Know and Do • Important knowledge: Facts, concepts, principles • Important skills: processes, strategies, methods Important to know and do

  9. Enduring Understandings: Overarching • Lasting value beyond the classroom • Core processes at the heart of the discipline • Abstract, counterintuitive and often misunderstood ideas Enduring understanding

  10. Coverage vs. Uncoverage • Why would we cover anything? • Instead consider knowledge and skill as the means of addressing questions central to understanding key issues

  11. Uncoverage • The need to understand is heightened when an idea, fact, argument, or experience goes against our expectations or is counterintuitive. • A curriculum designed to develop understanding uncovers complex, abstract, and counterintuitive ideas by involving student in active questioning, practice trying out ideas. • “Uncoverage” describes the design philosophy of guided inquiry into abstract ideas.

  12. Economy Enduring Understandings Participants will understand the economy What should they understand? Participants will understand the factors influencing the economy. Better, narrows focus but doesn’t state what the students will leave with.

  13. Summarize intended insight • Complete the sentence • Students will understand that….

  14. Technology Enduring Understanding • Technology affects everyday life • Technology changes the way people live and interact • Technology impacts society

  15. What is Authentic Assessment?

  16. Next Week • J0urnal question • UbdmoduleG&H • Huba Chapter 6