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Working on the Work Philosophy Of Engagement

Design Process

WOW Promotes Long Term Memory Retention

Utilizes 10 Qualities

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Tree Map Agenda: WOW Training Why do we use WOW?

What does WOW involve?

WOW   Brain   Based  

Design    vs.    Plan  

NEW   Design   Cycle  

Design     A  Lesson   Who  Charts  

Brain  Test   Discussion   Differences  

What can it do for our students?

Match   Up   Game  

Safety   Pen  Game  


Designing and Planning AHempt   to  Address   Student   Needs    

Who?  

Design  

Begins  with   the   unknown   and  creates   something  

Steps  in   CreaFng   Student   Work  

Necessary    

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What!   When?  

Plan  

Begins  with  the   known  and   charts  out  its  use   or   implementaFon  


Who?  

Design  

Begins  with   the   unknown   and  creates   something  

“Engagement results when students are attentive, persistent, and committed. Students then value and find meaning in the work and learn what they are expected to learn. The primary task of the teacher is to design engaging tasks and activities for students that call upon students to learn what the school has determined they should learn and then to lead students to success in the completion of these tasks. Teachers are, therefore, designers, leaders, and guides to instruction.” Phillip Schlechty


Schlechty Center Design Cycle 4.  Assess   Engagement  

1.   Design  

3.   Implement  

2.     Plan  

7.   Redesign  

6.   Analyze   5.   Assess   Achievement  


Design Cycle Plan  

Implement  

What  do  you  need   to  pull  lesson   together.  

• PUSH   • InstrucBon  

Design  

• Knowing  The   Customer   • Using  Design   QualiFes   • Developing   Measure  

Assess     Achievement  

EvaluaBon  

Assess   Engagement  

• Levels  of   Engagement   • How  involved  are   students  in  the   learning  

Analyze  

Redesign  

Protocol/Did  it   work?  

Revisit  the  Design   Process  

Flow Map

• PULL  


Steps  to  Who  Chart  Design   STEP  ONE:  

PrewriBng:     The  Who  Chart  

• Describing  the   students   • Select  Design   QualiFes  to   Emphasize  CHOICE  

STEP  TWO:  

STEP  THREE:  

Content   Sentence  

Design  QualiFes   of  CONTENT:   record  on  chart:  

• Content  and   Substance,  creaFng   Content  Sentence   • Measures:   Engagement  and   Achievement  

Complete   Content  and   Choice  Quality   Sheet  


Design Qualities Content Those that should always fit in your lessons: • Content and Substance • Organization of Knowledge • Clear and Compelling Product Standards • Protection from Adverse Consequences for Initial Failures

Choice Those that should be added to lessons to engage students as needed: • Product Focus • Affirmation • Affiliation • Novelty and Variety • Choice • Authenticity


Design  QualiBes     Should Content design qualities be included in all lessons? YES

Should all Choice design qualities be included in all lessons? NO

DON’T RAM THE SQUARE PEG INTO THE ROUND HOLE!!

FOCUS:   ON  THE  WHO!   ON  DESIGN!  


First Year Teacher Academy (WOW)