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Planning Instruction Instructional Strategies Questioning and Communication Techniques Technology PLT Practice
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What is... Standards
Specific expectations of what a student must know and be able to do.
100
What is... Objective
Audience, Behavior, content, condition, criteria, degree
100
What is... Bloom's Taxonomy
method of varying the types of questions
100
What is... Quizizz
A creativity software used in class, group work, exams, etc.
100
What is... Standards
Set the level of performance expectation for student groups. Generally set at the state and local levels. Provide expectations for the knowledge students must demonstrate.
200
What is... Backward design
Starts with the student, figuring out their needs and abilities first and then plans a lesson.
200
What is... Assessment
The process of gathering and discussing information from multiple and diverse sources in order to develop a deep understanding of what students know.
200
What is... Wait time
purposeful pause of time that a teacher uses to give a students a chance to think and more deeply formulate a response.
200
What is... Nearpod
software that allows teachers to create interactive presentations including polls, videos, collab boards, etc.
200
What is... ADDIE model
5 phases include: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate​
300
What is... Problem-based learning
Activities in which students learn new information and skills while working to solve real-world problems.
300
What is... Instructional Models
These models include: Direct, Indirect, Independent, Experiential, and Interactive
300
What is... High-level
Can be promoted in a variety of ways in the classroom. Bloom's taxonomy promotes ___________ thinking.
300
What is... Quizlet
online study app and website students and teachers use to study various topics via learning tools, flashcards, and games
300
What is... Mapping
Diagramming main ideas and connections between them.
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What is... Behaviorism
A theoretical perspective that focuses on conditioning, reinforcement, and punishment.
400
What is... Metacognition
The awareness or understanding of one’s own thought process;
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What is... non-critical class environment
engage all learners, create a collaborative environment, respect diverse opinions, and support risk-taking
400
What is... Flipgrid
video discussion app for educators, learners, and families
400
What is... Declarative knowledge
Understanding the way new information fits with previous information
500
What is... schema
Internal knowledge structure
500
What is... Cooperative Learning
A grouping strategy in which small teams, each with students of different levels of ability, use a variety of learning activities to improve their understanding of a subject.​
500
What is... promoting active listening
randomize name drawing, individual group response, movement, games, and technology
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What is... teacher toolkit
website for teachers to find various instructional strategies
500
What is... Mnemonics
Memory aids, techniques that use vivid imagery and organizational devices.




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