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  • I promise to follow UbD framework to teach my students the best lessons in all the land!
  • Wow, sounds like students will display 6 facets of understanding (explain, interpret, apply, perspective, empathy, and self assessment) as indicators of learning.
  • I cannot wait to begin implementing my lesson plan, creating a positive and effective learning environment!
  • Stage 1: clarify desired result.
  • Stage 2: determine student assessement.
  • Stage 3: learning instruction and experience are planned.
  • •Aquire skills and knowledge •Explore essential questions •Target long-term transfer goals •Target goals and standards
  • Hmm...what are my desired results for students from a lesson or unit?
  • UbD enhances learning by offering a framework to help teachers to plan purposeful lessons using "backward" design. UbD curriculum focuses on deepening understanding and transferring learning, resulting in successful student learning.
  • What evidence will ensure me my students are LEARNING and can transfer their knowledge to new situations??
  • UbD consists of 3 stages of backward design. Alignment is key, as all 3 stages must align with one another, as well as standards.
  • Activities and experiences in the classroom will give students an effective learning experience like never before!
  • Stage 1 focuses on key questions of what should students know, understand, and be able to do? Content standards and objectives are key when establishing goals for lessons and the unit as a whole. Stage 1 focuses on students ability to transfer learning, as a more thoughtful learning process will support necessary transfer.
  • During stage 2, we must decide how we will be sure students have achieved the desired results. Backward design creates assessment before lessons or units to achieve effective evaluation of student performance. Students will demonstrate their knowledge of new concepts and ability to transfer learning through performance tasks. This is where the 6 facets of understanding will be essential to know if students truly gained new knowledge from the lesson.
  • Finally, stage 3 of UdB, learning activities and appropriate lessons are planed, addressing desired performance set in the previous stages. This is where teachers create engaging and effective lesson plans, allowing students to achieve acquisition, meaning making, and transfer of knowledge. What activities and experiences in the classroom will ensure student achievement?
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