triggers: instructional strategies for student understanding

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Teaching can be complex, but educational strategies to ignite powerful student learning do not have to be. This webinar explored an instructional tool to add to your existing “tool belt” that will guarantee to increase learner understanding, motivation, and worthwhile engagement. • Experience Trigger strategies first hand in an engaging webinar format. • Learn how higher-level thinking skills are naturally developed in students as a result of using these strategies. • Discuss the “do’s and don’ts” of implementing Trigger strategies to ensure highest impact and true differentiation for each student. View the full recording and download additional resources at http://www.schoolimprovement.com/resources/webinars/triggers-instructional-strategies-webinar/

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  • 1. This webinar was held on March 14, 2013. You can view the recording and download any addi>onal resources on our website. Click here. Triggers: Instruc.onal Strategies for Student Understanding
  • 2. School Improvement Network Welcome! Jacqueline Loiacono, Educa.on Consultant
  • 3. Available for Download: Instruc.onal Triggers
  • 4. Available for Download: Process Skills Descriptors
  • 5. School Improvement Network Fill out the brief survey at the end of this webinar for a chance to win a free Learning Targets Classroom Poster Set, featured in this webinar. Also available for purchase for $49.95 at: hOp://www.schoolimprovement.com/store/product.php? p=Learning_Framework_Poster_Set_BOLSLPK
  • 6. Big Rock Concept Measurement Concept Pattern Unit Guiding Question(s) How are units of measurement used in daily life?
  • 7. School Improvement Network Learning 360 Framework
  • 8. School Improvement Network Learning Targets Engage in an instruc>onal strategy, Triggers Make connec>ons between this learning strategy and higher-level thinking skills Describe implementa>on strategies for guaranteed impact
  • 9. School Improvement Network Essen.al Ques.ons How do we design for true student engagement?
  • 10. School Improvement Network Design with inten.on
  • 11. School Improvement Network Evanescent - adj. to disappear or slowly fade away.
  • 12. School Improvement Network Key Ques.ons Which answer is correct? What accounts for the dierences in responses? How does this impact student engagement? WHAT IS TRUE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT?????
  • 13. HOW DO WE TEACH PROCESS SKILLS??
  • 14. Available for Download: Process Skills Descriptors
  • 15. Available for Download: Instruc.onal Triggers
  • 16. School Improvement Network Evanescent - adj. to disappear or slowly fade away.
  • 17. School Improvement Network Color Associa.on RED JUSTIFY/SUPPORT BLACK ORANGE
  • 18. School Improvement Network Acros.c 1. Brainstorm all words and phrases associated to word 2. Create Acros.c 3. LeOer may appear at any point within word
  • 19. School Improvement Network Evanescent - adj. to disappear or slowly fade away.
  • 20. School Improvement Network Equa.on __________________+________________________=EVANESCENT _________________-________________+_____________= EVANESCENT ________________________X ______________________=EVANESCENT
  • 21. School Improvement Network Trigger Implementa.on Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Introduce Apply Content Connec.ons Model Have Model, model, Students use See connec>ons inten>onal model with non- Triggers to show between Triggers conversa>ons content material. content and higher-level and provide a understanding. thinking Skills Triggers sheet. (Metacogni>on).
  • 22. School Improvement Network Why do Triggers Work? MOTIVATION Doable Prac.cal STUDENT CHOICE Valuable
  • 23. School Improvement Network Summarize the points a speaker makes and explain how each claim is supported by reasons and evidence.
  • 24. School Improvement Network Reading Key Ideas and Details:Determine a theme or central idea of a textand analyze its development over thecourse of the text, including its relationshipto the characters, setting, and plot; providean objective summary of the text.
  • 25. School Improvement Network Learning Targets Engage in the instruc>onal strategy, Triggers Make connec>ons between this learning strategy and higher-level thinking skills Describe implementa>on strategies for guaranteed impact
  • 26. School Improvement Network Essen.al Ques.ons How do we design for true student engagement?
  • 27. School Improvement Network Fill out the brief survey at the end of this webinar for a chance to win a free Learning Targets Classroom Poster Set, featured in this webinar. Also available for purchase for $49.95 at: hOp://www.schoolimprovement.com/store/product.php? p=Learning_Framework_Poster_Set_BOLSLPK
  • 28. School Improvement Network Would you like to learn more? Classroom resources: hXp://www.schoolimprovement.com/store/ products.php?page=Learning-360-Framework To learn more about on-site training: 800-572-1153 [email protected]
  • 29. To register for upcoming webinarsor to find the recordings frompast webinars hosted bySchool Improvement Network,please visit our website:http://www.schoolimprovement.com/resources/webinars/