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CCSU TAP Curriculum







1.


Experience

approaches to
curriculum through
instruction and modeling.

2.
Interact
collaboratively with
content
-
based curriculum and
pedagogical

resources.

3.
Observe

to connect
theory to practice.

4.
Apply
concepts

and

skills in the cl
assroom.

5.
Reflect

and
modify approach.

TAP Seminar

Host school


CCSU TAP Curriculum
















Planning

Classroom

Environment

Assessment

Differentiated

Instruction

Child/Adolescent

Development

Relationships

Technology

Collaboration
Reflection

Integrated

Imbedded

CCSU TAP Curriculum

TAP curriculum

Classroom Environment


Managing behavior

Routines


Structure

Ice breakers

Relationship building

Responsive Classroom

Managing behavior fish bowl

Danielson
Framework for Teaching

Domain 2

M
emorable student moments

Observations

Routine (lesson plan agenda, entrance card, laptop set
-
up)

Student choice

Variety of resources

TAP seminar Icebreakers:

2
-
truths and lie

Name sheet

Body bingo

Quiet signal

Wordle

Name games (name juggle, name sheet, bi
ngo,
what’s the news?)

m&m

activity

Snowball activity
Child Adolescent Development


ASCD The Adolescent Brain video workshops, graphic
organizers and readings

TAP seminar inside/outside circle with cognitive, moral,
social, physical development scenarios

T
AP binder section 5

TAP intern case studies


“Shout it Out”

Danielson

Framework for Teaching

Domain 1

Continuum of physical, cognitive, social development
preK
-
12

Continuum of behaviors preK
-
12

Eric Jensen
Teaching with the Brain in Mind

CCSU TAP Curriculum

Differentiated I
nstruction


Marzano
Classroom Instruction that Works

(
note taking exercises and classroom application
s)

Charlotte Danielson’s
Enhancing Professional Practice
,
a Framework for Teaching

Tomlinson’s and McTighe’s
Integrating and

Differentiated Instruction an
d Understanding by Design


Thomas
Armstrong’s Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom


TAP binder section 6

Danielson

Framework for Teaching

Domain 3

Learner profile

cards

Multiple Intelligences (MI) reading

MI survey

Differentiate
d

Instruction reading

DI
vocabulary
learning opportunities

(pop
-
up, vocabulary match, graphic organizer)

DI 3
-
2
-
1
learning opportunities

Literacy strategies

Observations

Diversity

S
pecial Education

SPED pre
-
assessment

SPED workshop

F.A.T. City

video

SPED vocab quiz

SPED Venn dia
gram

SPED entrance card

Animal School video

E
nglish
L
anguage
L
earners

CCSU TAP Curriculum

Differentiated Instruction (continued)


TAP seminars
flexible and varied grouping strategies

by:

learning profile cards (MI, personality disposition, auditory
-
kinesthetic
-
visual, prac
tical
-
analytical
-
creative)

birthday

eye color

popsicle sticks

content area

random

color cards

hemisphericity/left brain, right brain
Varied instructional strategies from TAP seminars:

Icebreaker activities

KWL

Jigsaw

Whiteboards

PowerPoint

SmartBoard

B
rainstorm on post
-
it
-
notes
and categorize

Demonstrate learning
activities

Entrance cards

Scavenger hunt

Kinesthetic activities
(physical continuum)

Switch activity

Yes/no cards

Direct instruction

Free write

Electronic surveys

Video

Moodle forum

Structured

note
-
taking

Gallery walk

Quiz

Test

Metaphor activity

Role play

Literacy strategies

(highlight, clicks and clunks,
read and share)

Name sheet

Student bingo

Wordle

Think
-
pair
-
share

Graphic organizers

Info
-
gap

Structured note
-
taking
activities

Sorting color

cards by
category

Pop
-
up activity
CCSU TAP Curriculum

Planning


Lesson plans

Unit plans

UbD

Standards

GEs

Accommodations

Essential questions

UbD and DI text

DI tiered group activity to prepare tiered lesson

Collaborative planning with:

Special Educators

Guidance

Grade
-
lev
el teams/departments

Interdisciplinary
Assessment


TAP binder section 4

Assessment articles

TAP seminar

formative

and
summative

assessment
strategies
:

Pre
-
assessment surveys

Entrance/exit cards

White boards

Learning style inventories

MI quiz

Electronic Go
ogle surveys

Smart Board activities

Rubrics

Electronic t
ests

Portfolio entries/feedback

Continuum activity

TAP rubrics

RAFT



CCSU TAP Curriculum

Technology



“Tapscott on Changing Pedagogy for the Net Generation”
and Eight norms for teaching the Net Generation

Web 2.0

Pow
erPoint

Smart Board

Google documents

DVD, music

Moodle

Wordle

TAP website

Email

Laptop

YouTube

Quia.com

Electronic Portfolios

“Clickers”

Poll everywhere.com texting poll about DI

CCSU TAP Curriculum

CCSU
TAP Bibliography

The following resources serve as research based tools

that support and provide foundations for
intern’s knowledge, practice and reflection.

Armstrong
,
Thomas
Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom
.

Alexandria, VA,
ASCD,
200
0. Print.

Danielson
,

Charlotte
Enhancing Professional Practice
.

a Framework for Teach
ing
.
Alexandria, VA,
ASCD,
2007
. Print.

Jensen
,
Eric
Teaching with the Brain in Mind
.
Alexandria, VA,
ASCD, 1998. Print.

Marzano,

Robert J
.

Classroom Assessment and Grading that Work
.
Alexandria, VA,
ASCD,
200
6. Print.

Marzano,

Robert J., Pic
k
ering, Debra

J., Polloc
k, Jane E.

Classroom Instruction that Works
.
Alexandria,
VA,
ASCD,
200
1. Print.

Pink
,
Daniel
A Whole New Mind
.
New York, Riverhead Books,

Print
.

Tomlinson, Carol Ann and McTighe, Jay

Integrating and

Differentiated Instruction and Understanding
by

Design
.

Alexandria, VA,
ASCD,
200
6. Print.

Vermont Framework of Standards and Learning Opportunities
.
Vermont Department of Education,
2009, Print.

Jennings, Wayne and Caulfield
, Joan

The Adolescent Brain
.
ASCD
Alexandria, VA,
ASCD, 2006, DVD,
Workshops,
Handouts and Overheads,
and

Readings and Resources.

Understanding Learning Disabilities

How Difficult Ca
n this be? The Fat City workshop.
Presenter
Richard D Lavoie
, PBS, 1996, Video.

Shout it

out

The
V
oices
P
roject
M
ovie. Dir. Bess O’Brien, Kingdom County

Productions, 2005, DVD.


Vermont Middle Grades Task Force

Middle School is
N
ot a Buildin
g
. Vermont Department of
Education, 2009, Print.

Voices for Vermont’s Children

Bridging the Gap: Pathways to Success for all Vermont Students
.
A
Vermont KIDS COUNT Rep
ort, 2009
, Print.

V
ermont State Board of Education,


The Transformation of Education in Vermont

a

Framework for
Transformation from the Vermont State Board of Education
.”
Vermont Department of Education
, 2008.


Turning Points Transforming Middle Schools, <

http://www.turningpts.org/work.htm
>

Breaking Ranks

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http://www.alliance.brown.edu/pubs/hischlrfm/datdrv_hsrfm.pdf
>

High Schools on the Move

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h
ttp://education.vermont.gov/new/html/pubs/high_schools_on_the_move.html
>

Payne
,
Ruby

The Culture of

Poverty
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htt
p://www.rethinkingschools.org/restrict.asp?path=archive/21_02/fram212.shtml
>