Use of New Pedagogical Knowledge in Designing Instruction NOT FINISHED

Posted on September 30, 2010

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The intent of this rubric area is that the participant will provide evidence of using their new pedagogical knowledge in their classroom practice but not including assessments.
Passing:
1) Evidence: A minimum of Baseline and 2 Later pieces of evidence should be provided. Before evidence may be from Baseline Teaching Portfolio or other ‘before’ materials, lessons,units. Later evidence is to be authentic new materials, lessons, units implementing the pedagogical knowledge in the participant’s own classroom. Pieces of evidence are to be carefully selected and targeted to the new pedagogical knowledge, not large documents but specific pieces of large documents that apply here.
2) A minimum of the Baseline and 1 of the Later pieces of evidence should have been used in the student’s classroom, not just planned for use.
3) If the pedagogical knowledge is based on literature/theory already discussed in previous rubric area, linking to that is encouraged. If not, then citation(s), detailed summary of the research/theory basis for this new pedagogical knowledge needs to be included in a reflection here.
4) Reflection discusses participant’s new pedagogical knowledge, how/where attained and how participant has used that knowledge in designing instruction, i.e., classroom materials, lessons, units. Specifics of the evidence provided and connections to the pedagogical knowledge are to be clearly described in the reflections.

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