John Sharkey of Parma High School (Idaho) alternates between focused instruction and a variety of assessments to ensure students have a recursive experience with what they are learning. See the image below for more detail:
John Sharkey, Parma High School (Idaho)
Mary Eldredge-Sandbo from Des-Lacs Burlington High School (North Dakota) shows how planning happens all the time. It’s about reflection–on one’s own, with colleagues, online–and lessons percolate out from and during all these experiences. See the image for more detail.
Mary Eldredge-Sandbo, Des-Lacs Burlington High School
Jeff Wright from Louisville Male High School (Kentucky) thinks about connecting: with colleagues, with families, with standards, with content, and more. See the image below for more detail.
Jeff Wright, Louisville Male High School
Petrina McCarty-Puhl from Robert McQueen High School (Nevada) puts standards at the middle, and has two wings to students success: teacher strategies and student learning habits. Click on the image below for the full picture.
Note: Petrina included a transparency sheet taped across the front of the butterfly–the image can be used as a template, too.
Petrina McCarty-Puhl, Robert McQueen High School
Pamela Harman from Spain Park High School (Alabama) collaborates with her professional learning community (PLC) to build and reflect on her lessons. Click below for the full process!
Pamela Harman, Spain Park High School (Alabama)
Annice Brave from Alton High School (Illinois) describes the many influences that weigh into planning. Click below to see them all!
Annice Brave, Alton High School (Illinois)