Lesson planning is key for successful implementation of a good class and a robust academic program in a school. Most times teachers lay a lot of emphasis on the teaching materials and the classroom transactions. If lessons were planned keeping in mind the "the Big takeaway" and the "Assessments" that student will answer post the unit - lesson planning will become more meaningful and student centric learning will happen. This session outlines the Understanding by design principle or the Backward design principle of lesson planning. Understanding by Design, or UbD, is an educational planning approach. UbD is an example of backward design, the practice of looking at the outcomes in order to design curriculum units, performance assessments, and classroom instruction. UbD focuses on teaching to achieve understanding. It is advocated by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins in their Understanding by Design (1998).
In this program, participants will learn:
1. The G--A--P principle
2. Identifying the difference between Learning outcome and Learning objective
3. An Introduction to Bloom’s Taxonomy and its application
4. Framing the Learning Objectives correctly
5. Application of Bloom’s Taxonomy to convert LOTS to HOTS
Head - Curriculum Development & Training, Aditya Birla Education Academy, Mumbai
B.Ed, PhD in Chemistry
Dr. Anuradha Sridhar is the Head of Curriculum Development & Training at Aditya Birla Education Academy. With an experience of two decades in the International Education space, she has worked with some of Mumbai's leading schools. She holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry and a degree in Education. She also is certified by the Harvard Graduate School of Education for courses on Cognitive development in students. Anuradha is an accredited assessor by NABET- QCI for school audits. She has conducted several teacher training workshops and has trained over 2000 teachers across the country.
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Participants will receive a certificate on completion of the course and evaluation