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Learning Probes: Educational Psychology

Learning Probes: Educational Psychology

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Author: Susette Munday
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  • Students will be able to understand and use learning probes to gain a better understanding of what ideas others have on concepts in the lesson.
  • At the end of today’s lesson, students should be able to identify three strategies (wait time, calling order, all-pupil response) and state in writing how to use each.
  • Given independent practice at the end of the lesson, but not for a grade (students do not know that it is not for a grade), students will be able to correctly answer 10 comprehension questions in an that classify strategies and practices that should be encouraged or avoided to construct knowledge. 

Enhancing and avoiding questioning strategies that make teaching materials, concepts and objective more effective and clear for student understanding. All-Pupil Response, Wait Time, Calling Order...useful teaching practices.

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Tutorial

Into to Learning Probes: wait time, calling order, all-pupil response

Answer the quiz before reviewing materials and doing activities. Then answer afterwards to see how your level of knowledge on these concepts and terms have developed. This video will provide many answers to questions you may find useful once you are in a teaching environment.

Source: Susie Munday

Crossword Puzzle- Vocabulary Connections

Teacher created resource by Susie Munday

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Please make sure when a space is in between words you repeat this in the crossword section as well.

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Match Topic Headings That Fit the Text Sets and Put in an Order That Identifies Their Significance to You

Directions

Match topic headings that fit the text sets and then put in an order that identifies their significance to you.

Topic Headings:

A. Characteristic of Giving Productive Feedback; B. Rules for Presenting Concepts; C. Negative Impacts on Independent Practice

 

Topic Heading Title:_________________________  How important this is to me:___________

                                                                                                                                       (1 to 3, where 1 is the most  important)

-Review the skill or knowledge with the student.

-Tell the student what s/he did correctly.

-Tell the student what s/he did incorrectly.

-Model the skill or knowledge with example and non-example.

 

Topic Heading Title:_________________________  How important this is to me:___________ 

                                                                                                                                       (1 to 3, where 1 is the most  important)

- Order the examples from easy to difficult.

- Select examples that differ from one another.

-Compare and contrast examples and non-examples.

 

Topic Heading Title:_________________________  How important this is to me:___________ 

                                                                                                                                       (1 to 3, where 1 is the most  important)

-When guided practice responses do not show students can do a task.

-instructional questions are unclear to students.

-if examples presented are different than the assignment given.

 

 

 

Source: Teacher made: Susette Munday form reading of Slavin's, EDU PSY 11th ed.

Written Homework Assignment

Using the three areas of learning probes discussed and explored write two to three ways for each to be applied in a lesson.

A. Calling Order

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

B. Wait Time

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

C. All-Pupil Response

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Source: Teacher made: Susette Munday form reading of Slavin's, EDU PSY 11th ed.