— Michael Davidson (@michaelteacher) April 16, 2018
Before they keynote even started...Read more here -
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— Jacque Allen (@jacquea) April 16, 2018
After speaking at length about how amazing the NZ curriculum is, he pointed this out...
Concept-based curriculum and instruction from EDtalks on Vimeo.
Are you teaching WHAT, WHO or WHY?
Behaviour vs. Skills - which one are you born with and which do you develop? Which therefore should be the teachers focus?
How do these relate to content knowledge?
Why do we only ever plan for C -
- Checks personal comprehension for instruction and material. Requests further information if needed. Tells the teacher what they don't understand
- Seeks reasons for aspects of the work at hand.
- Plans a general strategy before starting.
- Anticipates and predicts possible outcomes.
- Checks teacher's work for errors; offers corrections.
- Offers or seeks links between: different activities and ideas; different topics or subjects; schoolwork and personal life
- Searches for weaknesses in their own understandings; checks the consistency of their explanations across different situations.
- Suggests new activities and alternative procedures.
- Challenges the text or an answer the teacher sanctions as correct.
- Offers ideas, new insights and alternative explanation
- Justifies opinions.
- Reacts and refers to comments of other students.
Link to slideshow