Make Learning Stick

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Make Learning Stick:

Make Learning Stick Presented By: Cheryl Dick cherylldick@aol.com

Common Household Items:

Common Household Items Refrigerator 11. Television Toaster 12. Bed Can Opener 13. Couch Lamp 14. Diamonds Frying Pan 15. Maid Spatula 16. Washing Machine Laundry Soap 17. Dishwasher Toilet Paper 18. Pencil Vacuum 19. Microwave Radio 20. Chocolate

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Sun I See Triangle Hot Stove Starfish Sticks 7-UP Snowman Line Hen Fence Eggs Black Cat Love 15 Minutes of Fame Drive Magazine Vote Remote 20/20 Vision Adapted from: Rich Allen ( 2008)

ROY G BIV:

ROY G BIV Repetition Oxygen Yearning for Meaning Glucose Bias Attention Intense Emotion Variety of Word Tools

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Missouri Iowa Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Arkansas Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska

Did You Know?:

Did You Know? 46% of people are visual learners 19% of people are auditory learners 35% of people are kinesthetic learners VAK

Three Rules for Successful Engagement:

Three Rules for Successful Engagement Respect Relationship Hope

Response to Intervention:

Response to Intervention 80-90% ALL Preventive Proactive 5-15 % Small-Group/ Some Individual 1-5 % Individual Students

Preamble:

Preamble “We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution for the United States of America. ” Mike Mattos (2009) web.mac.com/mikemattos People Union Justice Domestic Tranquility Defense General Welfare Liberty Posterity

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Transpiration

Mineral Hardness Scale:

Mineral Hardness Scale Talc Gypsum Calcite Fluorite Apatite Feldspar Quartz Topaz Corundum Diamonds Allen, R. ( 2008)

Mineral Scale Story Modified from: Greg Hopkins, Dana Meinders, Paula Seal at Robinson Elementary in Aurora, Missouri:

Mineral Scale Story Modified from: Greg Hopkins, Dana Meinders , Paula Seal at Robinson Elementary in Aurora, Missouri There once was a hillbilly named Min --- Earl Scale. Earl talced funny. He had a girlfriend who dressed like a gypsum . Every night they checked the cattle at the cal-cite . Then they would come sit on the flurite next to the dog with a big apatite. Their favorite sport was to go out to the fields and spar (feldspar) . The winner would get a Quartz of moonshine. Topaz the rest of the time, they corundum ed up the mountain and back down again. After five trips up and down the mountain, they would die in mounds (diamonds).

Show-Don’t Tell :

Show-Don’t Tell In the Land of Gallon, there were four giant Queens. Each Queen had a Princess and a Prince. Each Princess and Prince had two children who were twins. The twins were 8 years old.

Memory Pathways:

Memory Pathways Eric Jensen (2008) MEMORY SEMANTIC PROCEDURAL EPISODIC EMOTIONAL

Show – Don’t Tell!:

Show – Don’t Tell!

What’s My Name? :

What’s My Name? Hollas, B. (2005) 9 x 5 = 45

What’s My Name?:

What’s My Name? Hollas, B. (2005)

Vocabulary on the Move :

Vocabulary on the Move Hollas, B. (2005)

Circle the Category:

Circle the Category Hollas, B. (2005) Find Your Family … Multiples of 6 Evens Oddballs

Snowball Fight :

Snowball Fight Hollas, B. (2005)

76/3=25 R1 or 25 1/3 :

76/3=25 R1 or 25 1/3

Subtraction:

Subtraction

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DMSCB 502/15 Mineral Hardness Scale What are Peter’s character traits? Use text details in your answer. Write a conclusion to the story.

How are teachers and hamsters similar?:

How are teachers and hamsters similar?

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Pre-assess Instruction/ Formative Assessment Summative Assessment Data Analysis Remediation/ Enrichment The Assessment Wheel

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Comparison of Formative and Summative Assessments Formative Assessments Summative Assessments Purpose To improve instruction and provide student feedback To measure student competency When administered Ongoing throughout unit End of unit or course How students use results To self-monitor understanding To gauge their progress toward course or grade-level goals and benchmarks How teachers use results To check for understanding For grades, promotion Fisher, D., Frey, N.(2007) Checking for Understanding: Formative Assessment Techniques for Your Classroom. Alexandria, VA. ASCD

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