The instructor demonstrates his/her ability to effectively facilitate consolidation of participant learning by using the Mining Mats to make connections among various components throughout the day (standards talk, book club, illustrative examples, SMP segment, etc.).
The intention of this competency is to examine the degree to which the instructor effectively facilitates consolidation of participant learning throughout the day while moving from one component to the next. A logical place to demonstrate this competency would be to examine the Mining Mats on which the participants record their learning throughout the day, but that isn't necessarily the only way in which this competency can be demonstrated.
Part A. Demonstrates effective ways of using the Mining Mats
Part B. Provides opportunities for participants to record their findings on the Mining Mats
Part C. Uses accountability strategies to ensure participants use their Mining Mats
Instructor provides opportunities for participants to consolidate learning
The Common Core State Standards in mathematics were built on progressions: narrative documents describing the progression of a topic across a number of grade levels, informed both by research on children’s cognitive development and by the logical structure of mathematics.
The items in this following section detail what must be submitted for evaluation. To earn the micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for each question in Parts 1 and 3, and a “Yes” for each component in Part 2.
Instructor must submit photos of participants’ Mining Mats that demonstrate consolidation of learning throughout the day. The rubric will focus on the ways in which the Mining Mats display consolidation of learning and on the instructor’s written reflection.
To view the rubric associated with this part, please download the requirements doc at the bottom of the page.
(300-word limit for each response)
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