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Name The Seven Critical Attributes
1. DAP
2. Multi-age & Multi-ability classroom
3. Continuous Progress
4. Authentic Assessment
5. Qualitative Reporting
6. Professional Teamwork
7. Positive Parent Involvement
Describe and Define DAP
providing curriculum & instructrion that addresses the physical, social, intellectual, emotional, and aesthetic/artistic needs of young learners & permits them to progress through an integrated curriculum at their own rate and pace
Describe Multi-Age & Multi-Ability
flexible groupings of dif. age, sex, and ability
-homogeneous group
-flexible
-family (likes, interests, dislikes)
Describe Continual Process
(retention,comparison,promotion)
monitor children
don't compare children or consider # years in school
-non-retention
-promote 4 domains
Describe Authentic Assessment
(Kelp Project)
-assessment occurs continually in the context of a learning environment
-reflect on learning experience
-emphasize conference, observing
-document domains
Describe Qualitative Reporting
-children's progress is reported thru family focus on growth dev. of whole child
-descriptive, narrative
-reflect pupil progress
-portfolios, journals
Describe Professional Teamwork
anyone involved with a child will communicate, plan on a regular basis to meet the needs of group or individual
-regular time for planning
-varied instructional delivery
-regular communication
Describe Positive Parent Involvement
relationship btwn school,home,indiv. or groups that enhance communicating, promote understanding and increase oppurtunities for children to experience success
-home/school
-school/community
-continuous information exchange
What are the 4 domains?
Social
Physical
Cognitive
Emotional
Describe the Social Domain
how the child relates to others, makes friends
Describe the Emotional Domain
How the child feels about self, response to feelings
Describe Physical Domain
"psycho motor" growth in size, strength, coordination, motor skills
Describe Cognitive Domain
Intellectual or brain domain
how the child thinks, proccesses info.
communicate(language)
Name the four components of KELP
Converstions
Observing
Learning Descriptions
Student Performance
KELP Conversations
-allows students to feel important
-should include students/parents
-ask general questions and be a supportive listener
KELP Observations
Observing children in real learning experiences
Anecdotal notes
KELP Learning Descriptions
growth in specific subject skills, determine what level the child is according to Learning Descriptors
KELP Student Performances
Includes student's own reflection of his/her own learning
KELP
KY Elementary Learning Profile
What does KELP do?
-documents learning "real" growth & dev. during primary years
-dev. around 7 critical attributes, DAP, continuous progress, athentic assessment & qual. reporting
-communicate w/, involve parents in the assessment process
What are the major parts of a Discovery Lesson?
Objective
Connections
Context
Resources
Procedures
-Initiation
-Explore
-Explain
-Expand
-Closure
Student Assessment
-tool
-criteria
Reflection/Analysis of Teaching/Learning
Lesson Extension/Follow Up
Bibliography
What are the major components of a Direct Lesson?
Objective
Connections
Context
Resources
Procedures
-initiation
-modeling
-guided practice
-independent practice
-closure
Student Assessment
-tool
-criteria
Reflection/Analysis of Teaching/Learning
Leson Extension/Follow-up
Bibliography
What are the major components of a Cooperative Lesson?
Objective
Connections
Context
Resources
Procedures
-initiation
-delivery of content
-role assignments & responsibilities
-apply acquired skills
-share findings
-closure
Student Assessment
Reflection
Lesson Extension/Follow-up
Bibliography
What are the major differences in a Cooperative Lesson?
-most likely have two objective
-connections will include goal 4
-under context you will need to list the group strategy used
-assessment will include group and individual