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Be observed by your professional developer in person or by video conducting the Concept Mastery Routine, using the Cue-Do-Review process. Post the Cue-Do-Review Checklist from your professional developer.
Be observed by your professional developer in person or by video conducting the Concept Mastery Routine, using the Cue-Do-Review process.  Your professional developer will use the Cue-Do-Review checklist, which you post as evidence.   

If you would like to post your video to your credential (by posting a link to your video from Vimeo, YouTube, or another video hosting site) ensure that all permissions are in place or privacy settings are activated.  Posted video will be viewable by anyone who views this credential.  More than one video may be submitted to your professional developer for feedback or posted to your credential.  The video should show the Cue-Do-Review process.   Follow the Cue-Do-Review process outlined in the Cue-Do-Review Checklist.

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Audio Recording & Checklist

Audio Recording of Co-Construction with Radford University EDSP 361 students
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1w-eSVoqRug40ZuC2gUVDheObywRocT1O/view?usp=sharing

Completed Checklist by Ginni Bussey
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15eB4jBn1TLKyyP3OYcczO5lIhlcwKrZ4/view?usp=sharing


Small 813093fa5c8ab273d5520952859bad96 s-graham Almost 2 years ago

Ginni Bussey watched a video of me instructing the Concept Mastery Routine.

Ginni Bussey watched a video of me instructing the Concept Mastery Routine and the cue-do-review process with my UNIV 100 students.
Small 010fe52aee0a6d5348f0b7e88a8602e8 kjessie About 2 years ago

Disclaimer for video: I had to restart it three times due to technology and distractions.

During the implementation and video of this concept mastery diagram there was an extreme distraction of another student coming into the room with behavioral issues. This incident caused me to have to restart the video. The second time I had to restart the video was due to the camera running out of battery life. I know the video does not show the final portion of tie down a definition, however I did finish and complete this with the students. In addition, Erin and I discussed how I wrapped up the lesson and its success in the end.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByMbEv8gQxvacHZybmpONkt2d0E
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByMbEv8gQxvaZHA4MG56M1BacDg/view?usp=sharing
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByMbEv8gQxvaOXlrMXZXTzR5M0U/view?usp=sharing
Small 0d80ff982f1cd5ee7e268dc5e4409e1c mindy2610 Over 2 years ago

Erinn Green's Feedback with the Cue-Do-Review Checklist

See Link Below

Video of Concept Mastery Rountine Implementation

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_QDaDjjYFEnVU9NRFpnUDFsSEE See attached the video for K. Martin & M. Lowe.

Date of Lesson: February 23, 2017Location: William Monroe High School - Kate Martin and Maribeth LoweSubject: Earth ScienceSOL Standard: ES12Lesson: Types of Clouds- Stratus Clouds

This lesson is a culminating activity for reinforcement of cloud typologies in our unit covering the water in the atmosphere.  Overall, students were engaged, following along and we approve of this modeling routine for improvement of  study skills and vocabulary development.
Throughout the day we selected a different cloud type to define via the concept mastery routine- cirrus, stratus, or cumulus.  However, each diagram will share two major concepts from this unit: that clouds are water vapor which has condensed upon a condensation nuclei.  
We thought that this lesson was effective in defining cloud types, however the “example” sections of the mastery routine can be a bit convoluted.  We talked around it so as not to confuse our students, but we were led to wonder if teachers need to use the “example” section every time.  Can this template be modified in any way to best outline the chosen topic?  Some topics with very specific rules are made for using the concept mastery routine.  For example, in a previous lesson we used the concept diagram to define the nature of minerals.  
Small f378ecd8a626dc57e7c990fcd9b5884a sakurak8 Over 2 years ago

Observation checklist

Our completed video

Video of Concept Mastery Routine in a 7th Grade History class.

Video, Video Checklist, and Self-Reflection

Link to video:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B15Mr9n-NiQMQjVXUENRMV9UTzA/view?ths=true

**This video was recorded before receiving coaching feedback on this given routine.  During our coaching session, we learned this topic was not a true concept. As a result, we adapted future Concept Mastery Routines implementing them with success.


Link to Video Checklist and Self-Reflection:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9yJ7ZAs05-ud1J6clA3b3pPWDg1M2FvU2JydFk3eGtoTlpN/view?ths=true
Small 4855dc71a331b960db134f272eaa35b1 abarbour Over 2 years ago

Video, Checklist, and Self-Reflection

Link to video
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B1QkIeJfdYTyZFdqYWJRWW5LZ2M
*This video was done prior to receiving coaching feedback on this particular routine.  Angela and I learned that this topic wasn't an actual concept and have since adapted future Concept Mastery Routines and implemented them with success.

Link to Checklist and Self-Reflection
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwlrrk4Hc2y8RWhzdnpNc0VfSXRwYU5UajZ3NHJsOEVzZGZB/view?ths=true
Small 2d5649d30368fd2eda2a336d62b04f1d amywhittaker Over 2 years ago