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    • Gerald Ardito

      Performance Task Work

      Performance Task Design Work You and your partners are going to come up with 3 possible performance tasks for the 7th grade science unit we discussed in class. For each, you are doing to do the following: 1. Requirements. Specify the requirements necessary for each performance task. 2...

      Tags: tch215, spring2018, coursework, session, ubd, understanding by design, performance tasks

      • Gerald Ardito

        McTighe on Performance Task

        A resource on designing performance tasks.

        Tags: curriculum planning, unitplanning, lessonplanning, performance tasks

        • Gerald Ardito

          Designing Performance Tasks

          Here is a great reference (by Jay McTighe) on the design of Performance Tasks.

          Tags: tch215, spring 2019, course work, syllabus, ubd, performance tasks

          • Gerald Ardito

            Week 7 - Unit Planning, part 2

            Now that you have created concept maps, essential questions, big ideas/enduring understandings, a schedule, and some ideas for performance tasks for your units, it is time to move to the next step. For this week, you are going to finalize your performance tasks for the unit. This will incl...

            Tags: EDG 614, week 4, concept mapping, unit planning, performance tasks

            • Gerald Ardito

              Creating Performance Tasks

              We are in the midst of learning to plan curriculum using the Understanding by Design (UbD) framework. So far, we have been focused on the development of essential questions and big ideas. You can see your final work on these here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmLUfsso In the UbD framework, ...

              Tags: tch215, understanding by design, big ideas, essential questions, performance tasks

              • Gerald Ardito

                Jay McTighe on Performance Tasks

                This is a link to a 7 part blog post about Performance Tasks. It contains links to lots of examples and is definitely a valuable resource as you design your own.

                Tags: tch215, understanding by design, big ideas, essential questions, performance tasks