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Next Generation Sunshine State Standards
Establishes the standards and core curricula taught in Florida.
Specific knowledge, content, or skills that students are expected to learn.
action verbs
"List," "analyze", "show", "solve," etc. are examples of what? (Lesson objectives should use these as much as possible in order to describe the expectations).
cognitive domain
The domain of learning associated with thinking.
affective domain
The domain of learning associated with feelings and emotions.
psychomotor domain
The domain of learning associated with physical skill.
direct instruction
This teaching method is teacher-centered. All activities are highly structured and move from low to high complexity. It's useful for teaching a "well-defined body of information that all students must master," but less effective for open-ended objectives.
lecture method
This teaching method has the teacher giving an oral presentation to the students for 10-15 minutes. It is less effective for elementary students, and more commonly seen in secondary school. It is associated with passive rather than active learning, and should be avoided if possible.
constructivist instruction
This teaching method is based on the belief that "learning is an active process, in which prior knowledge plays a powerful role." It encourages dialogue between teacher and student.
work stations
Carefully designed, designated areas within the classroom, where students can further explore a topic alone, or within a small group.
5E model
Also known as the "learning cycle model," this teaching strategy seeks to capture students' attention and improve their understanding of a lesson through use of the following techniques: "engage, explore, explain, extend/elaborate, and evaluate."
cooperative learning
A teaching strategy wherein the success of one student depends upon the success of his or her group. There are many different ways this can be implemented in a classroom, but studies have shown that mixed-ability groups tend to have more overall effectiveness than dividing students by ability.