Effective Questioning that Creates Engaging Lessons

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Effective Questioning that Creates Engaging Lessons Ruth Schackmann, MEd. Teacher, Carrollton Farmers Branch ISD, TX Fusion 2012, the NWEA summer conference in Portland, Oregon Meeting increased expectations is a challenge for administrators and teachers. Learn hands-on strategies to apply student-specific questions that document formative assessment and development. Leveled questions create a safe environment for struggling learners and maximize academic achievement for students of all levels. An engaging, exciting learning experience brings results! Learning outcome: - Participants will understand how to identify MAP® Class by RIT ranges. - Turn RIT ranges into daily formative questions that create dynamic, measurable student learning in classrooms Audience: - Experienced data user - Advanced data user - District leadership - Curriculum and Instruction CFBISD is a leader in student-centered learning. I am a master teacher and resource trainer. My innovative questioning methods with student specific DeCartes/ RIT leveled questions increased student learning and produced district leading test scores. Surrounding districts utilize materials I have created to help teachers formatively assess their students.

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  • 1. Effective Questioning ThatCreates Engaging LessonsRuth Schackmann, M.Ed.

2. Our Challenge Best practices Increased expectations STAAR (State Test) TEKS (State Standards)Observation/Evaluation ??? 2012 Ruth Schackmann 3. Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Domain Teacher-centered Learner-centeredKnowledge Transmitted from Constructed byinstructor studentsStudent PassiveActiveparticipationRole of professor Leader/authority Facilitator/partner in learningRole ofFew tests, mainly for Many tests, forassessment grading ongoing feedbackEmphasis Learning correctDeveloping deeper answers understandingAssessment UnidimensionalMultidimensionalmethod testing productsAcademic culture Competitive,Collaborative, individualistic supportive Western Washington University, http://pandora.cii.wwu.edu/cii/resources/outcomes/best_practices.asp 2012 Ruth Schackmann 4. Our Learning TargetToday we will understand how toidentify MAP Class by RIT rangesand turn them into daily formativequestions that create dynamic,measurable student learning inour classrooms. 2012 Ruth Schackmann 5. Our Learning TargetToday we will understand how toidentify MAP Class by RIT rangesand turn them into daily formativequestions that create dynamic,measurable student learning inour classrooms. 2012 Ruth Schackmann 6. MAP Fall 2011 Section 823 1Schackmann, RuthClass By RITReading Survey w/ Goals 6+ TX V5