Reflection Questions for Core Proposition 3 1) What methods are used to meet instructional goals in your best lesson? 2) What varied settings and groups do you use? 3) How do you regularly assess student learning? 4) How do you track student’s progress? 5) What is the purpose of each evaluation method you use? 6) When are your students most engaged? What activities are their favorites? 7) How is student engagement evident in your classroom? 8) What adjustments do you make to future lessons when students did not master a lesson? Sources Moin-Afshari, Ali. “Reflective Learning, part 2.” Tharp’s Thoughts: Weekly Newsletter. Dec. 19, 2012. Vantharp.com National School of Business. Multiple Teaching Methods. http://www.nsbindia.org/teachingmethodology/ Pino-James, Nicolas. “Golden Rules for Engaging Students in Learning Activities.” Edutopia. Dec. 11, 2015. “The TaCCL Lab.” Teacher, Learner, Content. tccl.arcc.albany.edu/wpsite/. Tomlinson, Carol. Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom: Strategies and Tools for Responsive Teaching. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. 2003. For a full explanation of how accomplished teachers manage and monitor student learning read chapter three of What Teachers Should Know and Be Able to Do published by National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. (http://accomplishedteacher.org). Our Partners: Authors: Cassandra Dobson and Beverly Witherspoon Layout & Design: Debra Coram Troxell

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