The Standards-Based Classroom
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The Standards-Based Classroom

Make Learning the Goal
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ISBN-13:
9781544324241
Einband:
WEB PDF
Seiten:
168
Autor:
Emily A. Rinkema
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
WEB PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book shows which practices related to curriculum, instruction, and assessment are essential to make learning the goal for every student. A how-to book for hands-on implementation, it provides useful strategies for making changes that will pave the way for major transformation in the standards-based classroom.

Win big in the standards-based classroom!

Standards-Based Learning (SBL) is NOT standardization. In fact, when we recognize the central purpose of SBL, which is to make learning the goal for all students, we can design systems and structures that are more personal, more flexible, and more engaging—for us and for our students.


At its core, SBL simply asks us to organize our teaching and learning around three questions. These questions guide the creation of targets, the development of assessments, the instructional planning, and the systems to communicate learning.


•            Where do we want our learners to go?
•            How do we know where our learners are in relation to where we want them to go?
•            How do we move them from where they are towards or beyond where we want them to be?


While simple at the core, the transition to a standards-based classroom is anything but. The complexity comes in the implementation, the integration into existing systems, and the difficult task of moving away from what’s most comfortable. The Standards-Based Classroom provides practical strategies and steps based on many years of both failures and successes to support educators during this transition to a standards-based system. The accessible and concrete examples, tools, and templates in the book can be adapted into any classroom. Teachers who are new to SBL will understand the parts, experienced teachers will see the connections to current practices, and all educators will realize the potential SBL has to transform learning.


 

FOREWORD BY KEN O’CONNOR

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

INTRODUCTION

SECTION I: ARTICULATE DESIRED RESULTS

Chapter 1: Developing K-U-Ds

Chapter 2: Creating Learning Targets

Chapter 3: Building Learning Scales

Chapter 4: Collaborating With Special Educators

SECTION II: DEVELOP TARGETED ASSESSMENTS

Chapter 5: Summatively Assessing Learning

Chapter 6: Formatively Assessing Learnin

SECTION III: DESIGN EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION

Chapter 7: Designing Instruction

Chapter 8: Differentiating by Readiness

SECTION IV: MONITOR AND COMMUNICATE LEARNING

Chapter 9: Monitoring and Grading Learning

Chapter 10: Communicating With Families

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

INDEX