Student Summaries-PD Part 2

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Student Summaries-PD Part 2

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  1. For example:

    Slide 1 - For example:

    • You saw Keith and Lisa utilize a summary strategy by incorporating the 3-2-1 activity.
    • The Question: In the box below, complete the "3-2-1 Activity" by listing three important facts from the lesson, two questions you have about the lesson, and one thing you found to be your favorite part of the lesson.
    • This is an excellent strategy and can be used in multiple ways. Check it out!
    • Student Summaries
    • 3, 2, 1…
    • GO!
  2. List two ways that Alex used the 3-2-1 strategy that were different from the way Keith and Lisa used it.

    Slide 3 - List two ways that Alex used the 3-2-1 strategy that were different from the way Keith and Lisa used it.

    • Quick Check
  3. The Question: In the box below, complete the "3-2-1 Activity" by listing three important facts from the lesson, two questions you have about the lesson, and one thing you found to be your favorite part of the lesson.

    Slide 4 - The Question: In the box below, complete the "3-2-1 Activity" by listing three important facts from the lesson, two questions you have about the lesson, and one thing you found to be your favorite part of the lesson.

    • Teacher Question
  4. 3 - Important facts from the lesson

    Slide 5 - 3 - Important facts from the lesson

    • UDL minimizes barriers and maximizes learning
    • UDL goal for learning is to support student knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm through an engaging curriculum.
    • Give students choices to fuel autonomy
    • 2 - Questions you have about the lesson
    • What are some AHCCS examples of barriers caused by the curriculum?
    • How do we work on the engagement piece as a community?
    • 1 - Your favorite part about the lesson
    • If students love learning they will persist through challenges!
    • Student Response
  5. Thanks for the feedback!

    Slide 6 - Thanks for the feedback!

    • Lisa and I will be answering some questions during this morning's meeting. Please ask then or later if you have any remaining questions.
    • What are some AHCCS examples of barriers caused by the curriculum?
    • Many of our barriers are the same as any other school. Variety of learning styles is a big one that UDL can help with. Focusing on prerequisite knowledge can help our population as well, and is something that is often overlooked.
    • How do we work on the engagement piece as a community?
    • I'm not sure that UDL is directly related to engagement as we think of it. Since UDL is about planning a more accessible curriculum, we still need to get our students to access the curriculum in the first place. This is a solution to a different problem.
    • Teacher Feedback
  6. Additional Summarizing Strategies

    Slide 7 - Additional Summarizing Strategies

    • The Important Thing
    • Three important ideas/things from the lesson today are ---, ---, and ---, but the most important thing I learned today is ---.
    • Questions to the Teacher
    • List 3 (or any number) of questions you would still like clarified
    • Squares, Triangles, Circles
    • List 4 things that “square with my thinking”; 3 “angles” I disagree with (or 3
    • details to support --, or 3 things for which I need more information, 3 “different ways to look at the idea,” etc.); and 1 question “circling” in my head
    • 5 W’s Summary
    • Students list information that answers Who, What, When, Where, Why related
    • to the learning from the lesson.
    • Text Messages
    • Similar to a sentence summary, ask students to write a summary of the key
    • learning in txt msg form. LOL. BTW
    • http://www.gcasd.org/Downloads/Summarizing_Strategies.pdf
  7. True or False: The best summarizing activity is the 3-2-1 strategy.

    Slide 8 - True or False: The best summarizing activity is the 3-2-1 strategy.

    • It’s a great strategy to utilize, but there are a plethora of summary strategies that we can use in our classrooms! You’ll have the opportunity to explore some and share them with your peers!
    • Quick Check
    • False
  8. Slide 9

    • Active learning is anything that involves students doing things and thinking about the things they are doing, and it places their needs at the center of learning.
    • Summarizing is a great active learning strategy.
    • Remember
    • Wow! This is really interesting, but I have a question about…
  9. Slide 10

    • Review ObjectivesCan You Do It?
    • Define active learning
    • Understand the benefits of student summaries
    • Identify types of summary activities