Dating Game Strategy/Skit Questions & Answers
1. Players one bachelor - three bachelorettes/ or reverse.
2. Questions are developed regarding content material that they answer based on the information.
3. Each of the players represents one group and have
WBAIS Social Studies Department-Research Skills and Rubric
To identify and scaffold research skills taught in the WBAIS social studies department in an
effort to ensure developmentally appropriate challenges in grades 9-12.
To create a ge
Instruction through E-text.
1. Lap top & students dos & donts
Attachments must have last name in file name.
Variations History as a current event; brochures; menus; business cards; resumes
Schematic Overview of the DEAL Model for Critical Reflection
service and test
What? Where? Who?
experience per reflection
prompts by category of
Figure 2.1How to Create Great Guiding Questions
Address the standards.
Identify the knowledge students need to learn.
Identify the skills students need to learn.
Identify the big ideas students need to learn.
Choose meaningful or important topics.
SEE / THINK / WONDER
A routine for exploring works of art and other
What do you see?
What do you think about that?
What does it make you wonder?
Purpose: What kind of thinking does this routine encourage?
This routine encourages stude
udents upon a journey to knowledge
and then be willing to go along for the ride. - David Cooper
PLANS & PROPOSALS
Portfolio: A written document in which the student reﬂects on their academic learning to date,
questions past assumptions, reviews their in
Student-Centered Instructional Design and Assessment with Diane Sweeney
EARCOS Teachers ConferenceMarch, 2014
What is Student-Centered Instructional Design and Assessment?
Use of Standards
Role of Formative Assessments
Google Apps Training Checklist - Google Drive