Courses

 

EDN 520.  Instructional development

Syllabus

Assessing and improving instruction ppt

Assessing and improving instruction doc

Resources

1.  How knowledge is acquired/learned. 

http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/jpglearning.doc

http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/How does the learning mechanism figure out the general idea.doc

http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/howconstructknowledge.doc

 

2.  Importance of examples.  http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/Designing%20instruction%20%20selecting%20and%20using%20examples.doc

 

3.  Kinds of knowledge.

  http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/howtoteachthesixkindsofknowledgeshortversionuse.doc

  http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/Summary of How to Teach the Six Kinds of Knowledge.doc

  http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/summary of forms.doc

Brief procedures for teaching the six kinds of knowledge

Six kinds of knowledge:  INTRODUCTION

Procedure for teaching facts  and How to teach facts here

Procedure for teaching sensory concepts

concepts

Higher-order concept

Procedure for teaching higher-order concepts

Procedure for teaching rules   and here

Procedure for teaching routines

 

routines 

Procedure for teaching lists  a kind of routine.

How to teach all forms here

SCRIPTS for Teaching Concepts/Vocabulary

4.  Lessons here

knowledge elements

Phases of learning

phases of instruction.

More here

generalize and apply

 

5.  Explicit instruction

Definition here

General procedure for teaching new knowledge---phase of acquisition

More here

Evaluating lessons here

 

In lessons here and here Examples of lessons on how to teach the six kinds of knowledge.

Effective School Practices, on Project Follow Through.

Follow Through figure 1.

Follow Through figure 2.

Follow Through figure 3.

Kirschner, Sweller, and Clark. Why Minimal Guidance During Instruction Does Not Work: An Analysis of the Failure of Constructivist, Discovery, Problem-Based, Experiential, and Inquiry-Based Teaching

 

Kathleen Cotton (19995)  http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/Effective Schooling Practices.doc

http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/Rosenshine.doc

 

6.  More lessons

7 point lesson plan  Seven point lesson plan 

What Lessons Look Like

Task: Teaching Facts

Task: Teaching List. Panoply.

Task: Teaching List. Phases of Mitosis

Task: Teaching Sensory Concept. On

Task: Teaching Higher-order Concepts with Synonyms

Task: Teaching Higher-order Concept. Simile

Task: Teaching Rule-relationship: War

Lesson: Teaching Higher-order Concept. Granite

Lesson: Teaching Rule-relationship. Temperature/pressure

Lesson: Teaching Routine. Sounding Out Words

Lesson: Teaching Routine. Analyzing Declaration of Independence

Lesson: Teaching Routine. Slope

Lessons (several) on U.S. History

Examples of lessons on how to teach the six kinds of knowledge.

Example of unit organization: plant life cycle

How to introduce a unit on the Declaration of Independence.  PPT

Unit on U.S. Constitution

 

7.  Curriculum standards and objectives

Instructional Objectives

Translate into clear and concrete objectives

     Curriculum Standards

          Common Core Here’s a copy.

 

SED 368.  Teaching reading to students with special needs

Syllabus for 368

Syllabus for 368 Lab

Blank lesson planning form for Task stream

Summary of DIBELS assessment, and planning instruction

Screening assessment of entry skills for 100 Easy Lessons

 

 

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EDN 301.  Instructional design and evaluation.

Syllabus.  The syllabus has links to many readings and other resources.

Assessing and improving materials---short form.

Assessing and improving materials and instruction that you design--blank

Screening assessment of entry skills for 100 Easy Lessons

 

Assessing programs and instruction---class project

Use this to describe a sample of lessons

Teaching vocabulary by examples

Teaching vocabulary by synonyms

Teaching vocabulary by verbal definitions

PPT on vocabulary

Vocabulary instruction guidelines

 

Sample scripts for vocabulary   More below

Sample scripts for vocabulary by examples

Sample scripts for vocabulary by synonyms

Sample scripts for vocabulary by verbal definitions

6-point lesson plan for teaching vocabulary with synonyms

6-point lesson plan for teaching vocabulary with examples

6-point lesson plan for teaching vocabulary with verbal definitions

 

 

Procedure for describing what is taught in a program.

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Go to EDL 523. Education Research

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Earlier versions of EDN 301.  Instructional design

SCRIPTS for Teaching Concepts/Vocabulary

Spring 2013

We have ONE huge assignment---designing curriculum and instruction, from state objectives all the way down to the wording of lessons, for a grade level.

Here are the working copies.

12:30 M/W class

2:00 T/Th class

 

All of the resources to do this are found in hot links within the main document that we will fill out.

Most of the material you use for the content of a curriculum will be in textbooks that your school supplies, and from additional sources that YOU get from the internet and other materials.  But sometimes, in addition to textbooks and internet docs, you will use PROGRAMS---that is, materials that are already organized as lessons with scripts that help you to communicate effectively.  Still, you need to know how to evaluate, select or reject, and improve programs. So, as PART of developing curriculum and instruction for a grade level, we will evaluate and improve a program.

 

Here a  few docs to get you started.

What is reality?

What is knowledge?

How is knowledge constructed?

 Here’s a glossary.

 

MAIN PROJECT ON CURRICLUM AND INSTRUCTION

1.  Here’s an example of what we’ll do.

2.  Here’s blank copy we’ll fill out.

Here is where we write lessons on astronomy, as part of a curriculum.

>> Assignment on astronomy   Instructions and  materials on astronomy.

>> Format for doing assignment.  Write on this doc.

 

PROJECT IN EVALUATING AND IMPROVING PROGRAMS

Some helpful docs.

Blank for to fill out.

Form for Describing and Evaluating Lessons   To evaluate and improve materials, you need first to describe lessons.  This shows how to do that.  DOWNLOAD, PRINT, AND USE ON THE JOB WHEN IT’S TIME TO SELECT NEW PROGRAMS AND/OR TO IMPROVE PROGRAMS YOU ARE USING.

Phases of Mastery Table      Definition, objectives and procedures for teaching each of the four phases of mastery. 

Overview of explicit instruction

Brief procedures for teaching the six kinds of knowledge  There are six kinds of knowledge.  Here’s a brief look at how to teach each one.

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FALL, 2012

FINAL ASSIGNMENT DOCUMENTS

>> Assignment on astronomy   Instructions and  materials on astronomy.

>> Format for doing assignment.  Write on this doc.

EDN 301 Instructional Design and Evaluation  Don’t open this!!!

EDN 301. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN Syllabus. 

Start here à EDN 301 Fall, 2012

Click here for a ton of resources.

A.  What does it take to be a proficient teacher?

Teacher proficiency.  You need a comprehensive stock of useful knowledge from which all teaching practices----curriculum, instruction, assessment---are derived.

 

The road to teaching proficiency.  How do you go from knowing nothing to achieving proficiency?

A diagram of the route, showing how knowledge elements are integrated into whole activities.

This document expands on “The road.” 

 

READ THESE!!!!

What is realty?

What is knowledge?

How is knowledge constructed?

 

Here’s a glossary.  Info that you need!

 

B.  Our Final Projects.   These are the main teaching activities.  We are going to DO them. Using these forms will make your job MUCH easier, and will make YOU much more proficient.  These forms integrate all of the knowledge elements along the road.

1.  Designing instruction from textbooks and other materials  BLANK TO FILL OUT for future use in schools.

2.  Form for Assessing and Improving  Curriculum Materials [Especially Programs] and Instruction  BLANK TO FILL OUT for future use in schools. Download, save, print, and put in a binder. 

Materials for Teach your child to read in 100 easy lessons.

Assessing and Improving Curriculum Materials:  Short Form   Brief description of criteria for evaluating programs---based on features of well-designed curricula and instruction.

Form for Describing and Evaluating Lessons   To evaluate and improve materials, you need first to describe lessons.  This shows how to do that.  DOWNLOAD, PRINT, AND USE ON THE JOB WHEN IT’S TIME TO SELECT NEW PROGRAMS AND/OR TO IMPROVE PROGRAMS YOU ARE USING.

Phases of Mastery Table      Definition, objectives and procedures for teaching each of the four phases of mastery. 

Overview of explicit instruction

Brief procedures for teaching the six kinds of knowledge  There are six kinds of knowledge.  Here’s a brief look at how to teach each one.

 

 

Assessing and improving curriculum materials---100 Easy Lessons 11 o’clock

Assessing and improving curriculum materials---100 Easy Lessons  2 o’clock

3.  Designing curriculum and instruction at the elementary level (all subjects).    BLANK COPY FOR YOUR FUTURE USE.

11:00 o’clock class.

2:00 o’clock class

 

We’ll apply the knowledge in
     doc #3 here. 
à  Project designing instruction on ecosystems.

4.  Designing curriculum and instruction at the secondary level (one subject).  I need to make the document.

5.  Form for assessing and improving instruction.   Keep the features of well-designed instruction in mind as we do 1-4, above.

 

 

 

C. Materials on all of the knowledge elements needed to do the three main teacher activities, above.

Overview of explicit instruction

 

Here are scripted procedures for teach the four forms of knowledge: sensory and higher-order concepts, facts, rules or propositions, and routines.

1.  How to teach sensory concepts.

2.  How to teach higher-order (abstract) concepts.

 

Basics

Overview of Curriculum and Instruction

An Example of Most Elements of Well-designed Instruction  Reviews terminal performances, objectives, kinds of knowledge, phases of learning or mastery---all in a convenient and easy to use package approved by Ms. Betty Boop.

Assessing and Improving Curriculum Materials:  Short Form   Brief description of criteria for evaluating programs---based on features of well-designed curricula and instruction.

Brief procedures for teaching the six kinds of knowledge  There are six kinds of knowledge.  Here’s a brief look at how to teach each one.

Phases of Mastery Table      Definition, objectives and procedures for teaching each of the four phases of mastery. 

Fill this in:  Exercise on Kinds of Knowledge + Phases of Learning.

Form for Describing and Evaluating Lessons   To evaluate and improve materials, you need first to describe lessons.  This shows how to do that.  9 out of 10 dentists thought this was a swell idea.

Assessing Student Learning Via Student Performances and Instructional Objectives---end of curriculum or program, end of units (mastery test), end of lessons, end of tasks.  Provided by Ashley “Ma” Butler

Using the same design principles with textbooks

 

 

 

EDN 523 Educational Research

 

EDN 582.  Organizational Theory and Leadership

 

EDN 595.  Direct Instruction Reading