teacher helps students understand buoyancy W r i t i n g

teacher helps students understand buoyancy W r i t i n g

Write about the student-centered instructional strategies you observe in the following case studies. What strategies and concepts from Chapter Six did you see in these lessons? What is your evaluation of their effectiveness? How did the lesson instruction/activities help students make meaning? What evidence do you have to support your response? Be specific. Your reflection should cite evidence from ALL THREE videos.

Case Studies

Each of the following videos contains a portion of a recorded lesson featuring teacher-centered instruction. Supplemental materials are also included to provide context and explanation for the video if needed. The supplemental materials are ONLY for educational use in this course and should NOT be shared with individuals outside the course.

1. Physical Science Inquiry (Links to an external site.) and Supplemental Materials

In this case a teacher helps students understand buoyancy and upward forces and students develop their experimental questions and designs, conduct their investigations, and then analyze their data and critique their experimental designs.

2. Social Studies Small Groups (Links to an external site.) and Supplemental Materials

This case shows a teacher managing small groups of students as they create an iPhone application that reflects propaganda techniques from World War II as well as American values today.

3. CTE Collaborative Projects (Links to an external site.) and Supplemental Materials

In this case the teacher is facilitating groups of students and the students are working collaboratively to develop two projects to explain the importance of having a financial budget – one serious and one showing humor.

Create your reflection response in a Microsoft Word document of at least one full page, using 12 point font, single space.

Rubric

ATLAS Reflections

ATLAS Reflections

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReflection Content

40.0 pts

Proficient

Reflection included all of the following requirements: strategies and concepts observed, evaluation of effectiveness, explanation of how instructions/activities helped make meaning, evidence to support response, examples from all three lessons.

30.0 pts

Developing

Reflection included all BUT ONE of the following requirements: strategies and concepts observed, evaluation of effectiveness, explanation of how instructions/activities helped make meaning, evidence to support response, examples from all three lessons.

10.0 pts

Beginning

Reflection lacked TWO OR MORE of the following requirements: strategies and concepts observed, evaluation of effectiveness, explanation of how instructions/activities helped make meaning, evidence to support response, examples from all three lessons.

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength Requirement

10.0 pts

Full Marks

The reflection was at least one full page, using 12-point font, singe-spaced.

0.0 pts

Beginning

The reflection short of at least one full page, using 12-point font, singe-spaced.

10.0 pts

Total Points: 50.0

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