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Standard 1 - Engaging and Supporting All Students in Learning

Teachers know and care about their students to engage them in learning. They connect learning to students’ prior knowledge, backgrounds, life experiences, and interests. They connect subject matter to meaningful, real-life contexts. Teachers use a variety of instructional strategies, resources, and technologies to meet the diverse learning needs of students. They promote critical thinking through inquiry, problem solving, and reflection. They monitor student learning and adjust instruction while teaching. 

1.6 - Monitoring student learning and adjusting instruction while teaching

As teachers develop, they may ask, “How do I…” or “Why do I…”

  • systematically check for student understanding and revise plans accordingly?
  • incorporate a variety of strategies in a lesson to check for student understanding?
  • monitor the learning of students with limited English proficiency or of students with special needs?
  • adjust the lesson plan to accelerate instruction when I determine that the pace of the lesson is too slow?
  • make "on the spot" changes in my lesson based on students' interests and questions?
  • provide additional support and opportunities for students to learn when some students have mastered the lesson objective(s) and others have not?
  • adjust my lesson when I don't have enough time to complete everything I planned to do?

  

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