Focus on the characteristics of standards-based units of instruction and use of a template for instructional planning. Participants build on their knowledge from the Measuring Student Understanding Series to learn an understanding of how to design curriculum and instructional units that explicitly build student understanding. Participants explore the criteria for Common Core-aligned instructional units, begin using an instructional planning template to plan a unit, and embed instructional strategies that develop student academic behaviors.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Align standards with performance tasks and a learning pathway.
- Understand the role of interim and culminating performance tasks in a unit of instruction.
- Identify learning supports within the instructional unit.
- Use language objectives.
- Unpack standards to identify concepts and skills.
ELA, Science, and Social Studies can be combined in one session.
Measuring Student Understanding Using Performance Tasks
Number of Participants: 30
Length: 6 Hours
Product Name: Developing Curriculum Models for Student Understanding: High School Math
Invoice Title: CC12 DVLPNG CURR MDLS HS MTH 2DY
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