Young Scholars

Now What? (Assessment Demo)

Now What? (Assessment Demo)

Increasing accountability has resulted in increased assessment of student progress. Shaunna strives to make learning fun for her students and to support their social and emotional growth. Meanwhile, her focus on literacy instruction has generated some unexpected challenges. Making meaningful connections between assessment results and instructional decisions creates a real test for this new teacher…
Posted by Jessica Willhide in Cases, Young Scholars

You’re Out of Here: Motivation and Gifted Learners

Describe briefly the FACTS, ISSUES, PROBLEMS, DILEMMAS, AND/OR OPPORTUNITIES in the case. Issues: (This is the first pass at identification of issues. It may be fairly cursory. Discussion is typically geared toward making explicit the full range of issues as they are perceived.)

How will..

Posted by Jessica Willhide in Instructor Notes

You’re Out of Here

Describe briefly the FACTS, ISSUES, PROBLEMS, DILEMMAS, AND/OR OPPORTUNITIES in the case. Issues: (This is the first pass at identification of issues. It may be fairly cursory. Discussion is typically geared toward making explicit the full range of issues as they are perceived.)

How will..

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Why Can’t Ricky Read?

Describe briefly the FACTS, ISSUES, PROBLEMS, DILEMMAS, AND/OR OPPORTUNITIES in the case. Issues: (This is the first pass at identification of issues. It may be fairly cursory. Discussion is typically geared toward making explicit the full range of issues as they are perceived.)

1. Ricky has..

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Whose Class Is It Anyway?

Describe briefly the FACTS, ISSUES, PROBLEMS, DILEMMAS, AND/OR OPPORTUNITIES in the case. Issues: (This is the first pass at identification of issues. It may be fairly cursory. Discussion is typically geared toward making explicit the full range of issues as they are perceived.)

After meeting..

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Who’s in Charge?

Describe the ISSUES (facts, problems, and opportunities) in the case. Look for underlying issues as well as obvious problems the characters face.

Why does Emma laugh when her colleague calls her a born teacher? Are teachers “born” or “made?”
Describe the impact of Emma’s..

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What’s the Objective?

Describe briefly the FACTS, ISSUES, PROBLEMS, DILEMMAS, AND/OR OPPORTUNITIES in the case. Issues: (This is the first pass at identification of issues. It may be fairly cursory. Discussion is typically geared toward making explicit the full range of issues as they are perceived.)

Why are the..

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What’s the Difference?

Describe the ISSUES (facts, problems, and opportunities) in the case. Look for underlying issues as well as obvious problems the characters face.

Describe the role of technology in each teacher’s the math class.
Evaluate how effectively and equitably technology is used by Melanie..

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What’s Happening

Describe briefly the FACTS, ISSUES, PROBLEMS, DILEMMAS, AND/OR OPPORTUNITIES in the case. Issues: (This is the first pass at identification of issues. It may be fairly cursory. Discussion is typically geared toward making explicit the full range of issues as they are perceived.)

In what ways..

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What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You!

Describe briefly the FACTS, ISSUES, PROBLEMS, DILEMMAS, AND/OR OPPORTUNITIES in the case. Issues: (This is the first pass at identification of issues. It may be fairly cursory. Discussion is typically geared toward making explicit the full range of issues as they are perceived.)

Describe..

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