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Group-Am.Lit. and Comp.Lit.
Group Grade 8 Tolerance
Group Gr. 1 Interdisciplinary
Group Enlightenment Salon
Group MS Looping 7 to 8
Group MS Reading and Research
Group MS HS Poetry
Milestone I (6-30)
Milestone II (7-23)
Milestone III (8-19)
MIlestone IV (10-15)
Milestone V (1-20;2-11)
Milestone VI (2-28)
1st Class Agenda
Second Class Agenda
3rd Class Agenda
TEMPLATES FOR COURSE
Lesson Plan Assessment
Curriculum Quality Rubric
Web 2.0 RESOURCES
Norms & Prof.Learn.Netw.
Tools to Integrate Technology
Web 2.0 Tools
Wiki--How to Create
Twitter and the Annotated Bib
More Technology Resources
Best Practice Technology Integration
TEACHING TECHNIQUES RESOURCES
High-Leverage Teach. Techn.
Annotating Text Tools
How to Read a Poem G. Org
Best Practice Resources
Great Sites for Teachers
Problem Based Learning Sites
Literacy Circles and Blogs!???
I Don't Teach Novels
Pink on Motivation--Drive
How Students Learn
he Internet makes us shallow?
21st Century Classrooms
and Bloom's Updated
UbD Template Stages I-IV
UbD Transfer Demand
UbD Sites and Resources
Milestone V (January 20 K-8 and February 10-11 HS) Checklist and Templates
Collaborative Project Checklist
Assess your participation using the collaboration rubric. . Mark with an X each level of performance that describes the quality of your collaboration.
Assess the quality of your presentation using the presentation rubric. Mark with an X each level of performance that describes the quality of your presentation.
What did you understand/solve/resolve as a group? As individuals? Reflect on why collaborative learning is both a challenge and a positive incentive.
I. Fill out both rubrics and write your reflection below.
Research & Gather Information
Does not collect any information that relates to the topic.
Collects very little information--some relates to the topic.
Collects some basic information--most relates to the topic.
Collects a great deal of information--all relates to the topic.
Does not relay any information to teammates.
Relays very little information--some relates to the topic.
Relays some basic information--most relates to the topic.
Relays a great deal of information--all relates to the topic.
Does not hand in any assignments.
Hands in most assignments late.
Hands in most assignments on time.
Hands in all assignments on time.
Fulfill Team Role's Duties
Does not perform any duties of assigned team role.
Performs very little duties.
Performs nearly all duties.
Performs all duties of assigned team role.
Always relys on others to do the work.
Rarely does the assigned work--often needs reminding.
Usually does the assigned work--rarely needs reminding.
Always does the assigned work without having to be reminded.
Value Others' Viewpoints
Listen to Other Teammates
Is always talking--never allows anyone else to speak.
Usually doing most of the talking--rarely allows others to speak.
Listens, but sometimes talks too much.
Listens and speaks a fair amount.
Cooperate with Teammates
Usually argues with teammates.
Never argues with teammates.
Make Fair Decisions
Usually wants to have things their way.
Often sides with friends instead of considering all views.
Usually considers all views.
Always helps team to reach a fair decision.
There is no clear sequence of information.
Organization is somewhat clear, though confused at times.
Information is presented in a logical sequence
The information is presented in a logical, interesting sequence
No clear design.
Presentation has rudimentary design, and does not demonstrate a balance among group
Design clearly supports the ideas of the presentation
Design makes the ideas of the presentation more effective.
The presentation did not represent all members of the group well or equally.
The presentation either presented some members of the group well or presented some of the group’s contributions but not all.
All contributor’s work was represented clearly and in a balanced manner.
The presentation clearly profited from the contribution of each member and each member’s contributions was insightfully and thoughtfully presented.
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