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    • Gerald Ardito

      Session 2

      Hiya. It was really nice to start to get to know you and work with you this morning. I find myself thinking about travel, political action, sports, and dance (among other things). Here is the work for Session #2 (this Thursday): 1. Pace Commons. Use the directions I sent to log...

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      • Gerald Ardito

        Session 3

        So here is the work for Session #3 (January 30): 1. Get up to date. If there is any work you have not yet done on Pace Commons, please get up to date by our next session. You can check here ‚Äčto make sure you are all set. 2. Teaching Skills and Qualities. ...

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        • Gerald Ardito

          Qualities and Skills of an Exceptional Teacher

          These are the notes from today's (1/30/2018) class discussion.

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          • Gerald Ardito

            Session 4

            Hello folks, Thanks again for a great class this morning.   And thanks again to Christina and Robert for doing a terrific job facilitating the class discussion. And kudos to Jamie for taking notes.   So, here is what there is to do for Session #4 on Thursday February 1: ...

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            • Gerald Ardito

              Feedback in schools

              This is a really interesting article about feedback and learning environments. It strikes me as being very relevant to the work we have been doing to understand teaching.

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              • Gerald Ardito

                Session 5

                Here is the work expected for Session #5 for Tuesday, February 6.   1. Teaching. Be prepared to teach your 3-5 minute lesson on something you are passionate about.  2. Reading Responses. The topic of feedback (responding to students) came...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  Session #6

                  Thanks for the great job you did teaching. As I was discussing with Taylor after class, I designed this to be a challenging exercise. Teaching on Demand. And then Giving Feedback on Demand. You handled both challenges well. If they worked as designed, you should be left with lots of questions. I ...

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                  • Gerald Ardito

                    New York State Learning Standards and Assessments

                    New York State Learning Standards and Assessments   Content Area Standards Assessments Science – Living Environment NY State Science Learning Standards P-12 Living Environment Regents ...

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                    • Gerald Ardito

                      Session 7/8 - Standards and Assessment Analysis

                      Adolescent Content Standards and Assessment Analysis   Please see this page for links to the various standards and assessments for the various content areas.   Part 1: Content Area Standards Analysis 1. Review the standards document for your area. Note that most of the...

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                      • Gerald Ardito

                        NY State Learning Standards - Textual Analysis

                        I have uploaded each of the four standards documents into a textual analysis tool called Voyant-Tools.  Social Studies Math ELA Science   Take a look at the visualizations we get by doing this type of analysis.

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