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Concept Comparison Routine (FI)

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Demonstrated competence in instructing a group or class through the co-construction and content instruction using Concept Comparison.

 

Kerry Ball

Expert

Awarded badge on May 3, 2019

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Has successfully demonstrated fidelity of implementation of this SIM Content Enhancement Routine.

 Approved by Chris Frawley, SIM Professional Developer.
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Badge Portfolio

Partner with an Active SIM PDer or Specialist

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Partner with an Active SIM Professional Developer or Specialist. Post the name of who you will partner with to complete the badge requirements. Visit https://directory.kucrl.org to search for someone near you or contact simpd@ku.edu for additional names (some people are not publicly listed). More Info

Christine Frawley TTAC is our specialist

Christine Frawley TTAC is our specialist

Develop a Draft Comparison Table

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Develop and post a draft Comparison Table related to content that predicts the instruction of the content with a group or a class. Follow the Get Ready section to prepare the draft. Practice applying the Linking Steps to develop the draft. Post your draft. More Info

Co-Construct and Instruct

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Co-construct and instruct with the Comparison Table using the Cue-Do-Review steps with a group or class. Follow the Get Set section to introduce the Comparison Table to students. More Info

Use the Comparison Table Routinely

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Use the Comparison Table routinely with a group or class. Follow the Go! and Win! sections of the guidebook. More Info

Submit Implementation Portfolio

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Describe: •Group/Student (size, level, student characteristics, etc.) •Length of implementation (days, weeks, months, amount of time per day, days per week, etc.) Include artifacts: •Your draft and final devices •Student devices without student names (HALO) •Post your implementation portfolio More Info

Here is the evidence.

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.

Submit a Log

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Log: •What went well - Why? •What was a challenge - Why? •What you will do next time •What adjustments you made •Ideas generated for issues encountered •Etc._Post your log._*****Optional: Submit a Student Interview (interview a student about usefulness and implementation)***** More Info

Here is the evidence

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.

Engage with SIM Professional Developer

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Tell us about your coaching feedback and follow up. More Info

SIM professional

Christine Frawley has been very helpful throughout the process. She has read our draft and provided instrumental feedback.

Video and/or Observation

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Be observed by your professional developer in person or by video conducting the Concept Comparison Routine, using the Cue-Do-Review process. Post the Cue-Do-Review Checklist from your professional developer. More Info

Completion Date

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Post the date you completed the requirements for this micro-credential. More Info

Completion date April 2019

Completion date April 2019