Our final Twitter session takes place on Monday at 8:00 AKDT with Gerald and Heather hosting.

This week, you will create your UbD lesson reflection. The rubric for the lesson reflection is found below:

Criteria Exemplary Developing Beginning
2.b. Develop technology-enriched learning environments that enable all students to pursue their individual curiosities and become active participants in setting their own educational goals, managing their own learning, and assessing their own progress Reflection of the internship provides clear and convincing evidence that the teacher participated in and contributed to individual paths for learning for students engaged in the experience. Through probing questions or surveys, the teacher gathered and documented information from students engaged in the lesson about why they were making the choices they did. Reflection of the internship provides evidence that the teacher participated in and contributed to individual paths for learning for students engaged in the experience. The teacher summarizes information from observations in the lesson about why students were making choices they did. The teacher makes assumptions concerning the individual learning paths pursued by teachers, and why these paths were chosen. Little or no evidence is provided to support these assumptions. While observations may have been made, these observations lack sufficient detail to be of pedagogical use.
2.c. customize and personalize learning activities to address students’ diverse learning styles, working strategies, and abilities using digital tools and resources Reflection demonstrates that teachers demonstrate a leadership role as they prepare for student work, customize for student engagement, and ensure that classroom content, structures and systems work appropriately for students. Compelling evidence supports the effectiveness of this planning. Reflection demonstrates that teachers prepare for student work, customize for student engagement, and plan for classroom content, structures and systems that work appropriately for students. Evidence supports effectiveness of this planning. Reflection demonstrates that teachers plan for student engagement, and for classroom content, structures and systems that work appropriately for students. Little evidence that this planning resulted in student learning.
2.d. Provide students with multiple and varied formative and summative assessments aligned with content and technology standards and use resulting data to inform learning and teaching Reflection or analysis of twitter transcript demonstrates that teachers used data from observation and surveys to customize the student experience in the unit. A thorough evaluation of two students’ work in the unit is demonstrated, with ample evidence to justify the score assigned. Reflection or analysis of twitter transcript demonstrates that teachers used data from observation and/or surveys to inform their work in the unit. An evaluation of two students’ work in the unit is demonstrated, with appropriate evidence to justify the score assigned. Reflection or twitter transcript demonstrates that teachers neglected to use data from observation and/or surveys to inform their work in the unit. An evaluation of two students’ work in the game may be included; however, evidence is not provided to justify the score assigned or the evidence provided is at odds with the score provided.

You have no blog posting due this week. Please focus on completing the lesson reflection, and posting it to Blackboard by Sunday April 30.

The UbD Reflection is due in Blackboard on April 30. 

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