Active Learning Pop Up Classroom in Applying Mathematics in Everyday Life, Society, and Workplace
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The Active Learning Department
El Paso Independent School District
Stages of the Active Learning Framework
What is Design?
What is Explore?
What is Refine?
What is Demonstrate?
WORKSHOP # 1: Best Practices
BP#1: Assessment/ Formative Feedback
BP#4: Culture/ Environment/ Professional Ethics
BP#5: Critical Analysis/ Inquiry/ Research
BP#6: Differentiation/ Scaffolding
BP#7: Goal Setting/ Autonomy/ Entrepreneurship
BP#8: Problem Solving/ Creativity/ Innovation
BP#9: Reflection/ Growth Mindset
BP#10: Relevance/ Authenticity
BP#11: Small Group Instruction
BP#12: Standards Alignment
WORKSHOP # 2: TEKS Focus
WORKSHOP # 3: Content-Language-Culture Learning Targets
Create - Evaluate - Analyze - Apply - Understand - Remember
WORKSHOP # 4: TEKS Prior Connections
TEKS Prior Connections
Kinder Grade Mathematics to 8th Grades Mathematics: Apply Mathematics in Everyday Life
WORKSHOP # 5: Microsoft Innovative Education
DIY (Do-It-Yourself) #1: Lesson Task Card
Questions to guide Lesson Planning. Steps to embed necessary best practices throughout Lesson Planning components.
DIY (Do-It-Yourself) #2: Video Resource
Teacher Unit Design
Warm & Cool Feedback
Each small group will share their team's Teacher Unit Design with the class for an initial Warm and Cool Feedback process. Each member of a team will use post-its to write down at least one (1) warm feedback and one (1) cool crit. All written feedback on post-its of each team will be collected by the Materials Manager and given to the session facilitator. The session facilitator will pass the post-its to the small group that presented. Below are some examples of sentence starters for Warm Feedback & Cool Crit.
ABC's of Demonstrate
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