Medium sim ce fidelity Concept Comparison Routine (FI)

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  • Last updated January 25, 2018 at 10:22 AM by kucrl
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These were co-created by myself and a peer since we do not have access to students.  When I consider how I would facilitate use in a classroom with teachers,  I would stress routine and cross-disciplinary use.  The more students see how one routine can be used in multiple contexts the better.
Small me jsharrow 6 days ago

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Small me jsharrow 6 days ago

The Concept Comparison Routine was implemented with three colleagues posing as my students. The session took roughly 30 minutes.

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Implementation

Description of class:
18 students in a 55 minute Geometry course

Duration of implementation:
This Concept Comparison Table was co-constructed during one class period and took approximately 30 minutes from start to finish. The co-construction was to review the concepts of proportional and not proportional as applied to various geometric figures prior to completing review activities for the upcoming state tests. 
Small ab6cfd8e26deba6b9674a46b1a8e0361 lmmurphybrown 7 months ago

The routine was done with 3 Pre-Algebra 8 classes with 74 students: 17 with IEPS and 6 with 504 Plans. It took one class period.

Small eccd4f8555d86314e06484bfbcbe45d1 choyt 7 months ago

reflection

Looking at the concept comparison organizer and routine, we were thinking of so many topics that we could use with this.  A lot of the social studies and science topics have many details that can be confusing, such as the simple machines, or ancient civilizations.  This would surely be a tool to help break it down and summarize the similarities and differences with them.  We really like your suggestion to have this organizer partly filled out.  This would be very helpful for the students who write slower, and would allow us to use the purpose of this and not get hung up on the writing aspect.  For our next one, I can see us giving the partly filled out organizer, and for some of the students giving them a neat copy would also be beneficial.  One thing that was tricky for us, was that the boxes were pretty small and third graders don’t always write small.  I can also see us blowing the boxes up a little bit to give them more space, especially for the summary.  We look forward to doing these in the future.
Small 36fa7e01878f62396a414b5c68a606d4 corryn1979 7 months ago

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Looking at the concept comparison organizer and routine, we were thinking of so many topics that we could use with this.  A lot of the social studies and science topics have many details that can be confusing, such as the simple machines, or ancient civilizations.  This would surely be a tool to help break it down and summarize the similarities and differences with them. We really like your suggestion to have this organizer partly filled out.  This would be very helpful for the students who write slower, and would allow us to use the purpose of this and not get hung up on the writing aspect. For our next one, I can see us giving the partly filled out organizer, and for some of the students giving them a neat copy would also be beneficial.  One thing that was tricky for us, was that the boxes were pretty small and third graders don’t always write small. I can also see us blowing the boxes up a little bit to give them more space, especially for the summary. We look forward to doing these in the future.
Small 9aa154478894bded4f3d6ea80c309a15 klball1 7 months ago

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Small 36fa7e01878f62396a414b5c68a606d4 corryn1979 7 months ago

Implementation Portfolio

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Comparison Routine Implimentation Portfolio

Comparison Routine Implementation Portfolio: The routine and Comparison table were used during a Proffessional Development session that was only a class period long, 11:38 - 12:20. There were only three teachers in attendance for this session. An aspects that went well for the presentation were ...
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PA P2G Step 8 Summary April 15, 2019

In the Concept Comparison Routine summary include the overall concept and target concepts.

*Penguins and polar bears are two types of animals that live in the Arctic. (A and B)

C3 How the concepts are alike or different in terms of both characteristics and categories
  • They both have blubber (characteristic) to maintain their body temp (category), swim (characteristic) to play and hunt for food (category) and are warm blooded (characteristic) (no category).
  • REVISION:
    • They both have blubber (characteristic) to maintain their body temp (category), swim (characteristic) to play and hunt for food (category) and are warm blooded (characteristic) to regulate their body temperature (category).
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Small 83808f6022a69d360850462ace532e5a jmeacham 7 months ago

Description

My co teacher and I taught this lesson to our collaborative Math 7 class.  There are 24 students with 10 who are identified as needing special education services with an IEP.  We were able to teach this lesson during our Math Workshop.  We had them complete the Concept Comparison during the Meet the Teacher portion of our day.  This consists of a small group of 6 students that rotate to us for individualized instruction. 
Small 83808f6022a69d360850462ace532e5a jmeacham 7 months ago