How The Five Propositions Look In Practice

PROPOSITIONS IN PRACTICE
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Architecture of Accomplished Teaching:
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Set high, worthwhile goals appropriate for these students, at this time, in this setting.

Teachers are committed to students and their learning.

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Evaluate student learning in light of the goals and the instruction.

Teachers are responsible for managing and monitoring student learning

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Set new high and worthwhile goals that are appropriate for these students at this time.

Teachers are responsible for managing and monitoring student learning

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Your Students – Who are they? Where are they now? What do they need and in what order do they need it? Where should I begin?

Teachers are committed to students and their learning.

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Implement instruction designed to attain those goals.

Teachers know the subjects they teach and how to teach those subjects to students.

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Reflect on student learning, the effectiveness of the instructional design, particular concerns, and issues.

Teachers think systematically about their practices and learn from experience.

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