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Noel Casicas
Aug 03, 2022
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This term my personal/ Learning goal is to enhance/learn using technology in class, particularly educational canva. This technology can be used across different KLA'S especially Religious Education ( Implementation of the use of shared Reading strategies using Religious Education Scripture.) Overview: Benefits of Using Canva educational. Canva tools enhance your teaching power and the student's learning experience, saving more time and effort and allowing greater focus on other priorities. Purpose of using Canva: Canva is a course management system that supports online learning and teaching. It allows teachers to post grades, information, and assignments online. The Canva feature creates a digital classroom that reflects the physical classroom experience for students. This change allows teachers to set up work for each subject to organise and focus student course participation. Term 3 Learning Experience: - Introduction of using canva in class Mentored by : Riza Tingson ( ICT ) -Setting up teacher and class canva account -Setting up beginning page of class Canva. - Class instruction/ introduction of canva by Riza visiting class. ( Mentor Visiting and observing students using Canva ). - Implementation of using canva in week 2. Class evidence of the use of technology using Canva educational: ( Introduction of how to use Canva in class - Slide presentation by Riza Tingson ) https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Y_aJBpgRk-D0Tu--Lk337scLJVjxr9hD7JTn0w7v8yY/edit#slide=id.g13dd2a562dd_0_2 ( Summarising- Reading strategy using Canva Scripture Reading) https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=rm&ogbl#search/fame/FMfcgzGqPpZVTLfKLvwZmzjKzTLhVBrM https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eVsK-JYE5qebxFbmrVSs4txTtv-nd7eHVXk-1qf0WKk/edit#slide=id.p
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Noel Casicas
Aug 03, 2022
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This year my learning goal is to implement Reciprocal Reading during Guided Reading sessions in class. Also, to participate during professional learning and collaborative planning to enhance/ revisit my knowledge of Reciprocal Reading. Professional Teaching Standards 6.2.2 Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice, targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities. 2.5.2 Apply knowledge and understanding of effective teaching strategies to support student's literacy achievement. Updated Professional Learning - Introduction of Reciprocal Teaching Mentored by Annabella Gonzalez - Inputs and video watching on Reciprocal Teaching action in the classroom. - Revisiting Reciprocal Teaching - Comparison and differentiation of Guided and Reciprocal Reading. - Implementation of Reciprocal Teaching using four phases using Graphic Organiser. - Teacher's modelling using Reciprocal Teaching as a guide. ( shared instructions strategies ). Class Evidence: ( Introduction slides and Videos on Reciprocal Reading ) By : Annabella Gonzales https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1EiDEBaKvVClWYTnnU0ok-r4IAHuDdRYxcafuEEspm64/edit#slide=id.g982bdfe33_2_25 Summarising and Predicting samples Using Shared Reading Strategies ( Scripture Reading ) https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1bDFiweV8B-ouiQ2NCgJzJXwr17ugAqTTzwekqriJpR4/edit#slide=id.p https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eVsK-JYE5qebxFbmrVSs4txTtv-nd7eHVXk-1qf0WKk/edit#slide=id.p https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fY0lkg2JrUc244X0uvHJgGZHBGeM34d9/view?usp=sharing (Tiffany/Predicting) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KU_ErRE3dDaChQN_ijtX_UQyjvmREXf9/view?usp=sharing (Sarah/Questioning) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fY0lkg2JrUc244X0uvHJgGZHBGeM34d9/view?usp=sharing (Natalie/Clarifying)
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Noel Casicas
Mar 30, 2021
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By the end of 2021, is to improve my pedagogical practice towards Guided Reading through engaging with staff and the literacy coach and using data to guide the literacy activities within Guided Reading sessions which will then enhance students skills. Evidence: Plan guided reading and learning experiences for the term based on Naplan reading materials to supports students' needs prior to Naplan Use the common assessment to regroup students for term 2 based on their area of need.
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Noel Casicas
Mar 16, 2020
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By the end of 2020, I will have experienced: Professional learning and collaboration on Reading, Meeting with leaders of learning, Revisiting the process of the gradual release of responsibility, Learning to comprehend focuses on developing skills, Class collecting data, Modelled teaching and Observation of lessons and Feedback by Reading Leaders of Learning. Professional development based on the Fontas and Pinell, Assessment tasks planned, Personal Reflection:
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Noel Casicas
Mar 16, 2020
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By the end of 2020, I will have implemented different reading strategies, the process of the gradual release of responsibility and the reading skills to develop my practice in teaching Reading. Professional Teaching Standards: 6.2.2 Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice, targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities Professional Reading and Learning: Week 2: Boys Education, GROR brief overview Week 4: Shared and Modelled Reading, Vocabulary strategies, Lesson Observation and feedback Week 6: Think Alouds, Learning comprehension strategies, Lesson Observation and feedback Personal Reflections:
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Noel Casicas
Sep 17, 2019
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For me,teacher clarity starts with you as a teacher being clear about what you want your students to learn. But it also involves much more than that. You must also focus and align your assessment, teaching and curriculum in line with the intended learning. I like the idea of teachers need clarity — a deep understanding about what to teach and why, how to teach it and what success looks like. I believe that teacher clarity is a powerful tool for narrowing and focusing activities, cutting away aspects of instruction that don’t help learning. Along the way, teacher clarity reinforces the gradual release of responsibility of learning from the teacher to the students so that students feel ownership of their work. Teachers clarity refers to making learning visible to students, so they can become their own self-directing teachers.
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Noel Casicas
Jun 16, 2019
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Feedback can improve a student's confidence, self - awareness and enthusiasm for learning. Providing students engage with feedback, it should enhance learning and improve assessment performance. Feedback should therefore be a continuous process of conversation and reflection. Formative feedback is feedback for learning to use to improve students the way they learn and enhance their future academic performance. Providing effective feedback is essential. It is important to monitor student's learning processes and to give them direct feedback.Such feedback can help students learn more efficiently, and if used correctly, feedback can function as a very powerful tool to motivate students to learn. Effective feedback both positive and negative, is very helpful. Feedback is valuable information that will be used to make important decisions.
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Noel Casicas
May 24, 2019
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MY EDUCATION GOAL: By the end of 2019 I will have engaged in professional development based on Hattie’s Visible Learning principles so that I can implement student learning dispositions to enhance assessment capable learning using the writing learning progressions. Professional Learning 2019: SDD on Visible Learning. Feedback and Learning Intentions and success criteria MY EXPOSURE GOAL: By the end of 2019 I will have collaborated professionally with my mentor and colleagues to increase capacity of myself and others to improve student learning. Actions from professional collaboration: MY EXPERIENCE GOAL By the end of 2019 I will have participated in collaborative teaching enhancing my practice and the practice of others through co-teaching, observation, reflection and feedback. Actions from collaborative planning and teaching:
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