1. Which curriculum you are using for Math, ELA, Science and Social Studies?
2. Does these curriculum meet your students needs? How do you know?
3. Is the curriculum culturally relevant? How do you know?
4. During the lesson, what factors contributed to your decision to ask low cognitive and more challenging or critical thinking questions?
5. How did you use students’ responses to questions to inform your instruction during the lesson?
6. Why is it important to encourage students voice throghout the lesson?
7. How did you decide which formative and summartive assessments you used during the lesson instruction?
8. How do assessments align with learning objectives and state standards?
9. What is your process for recording, analyzing, and reporting assessment data for lesson instruction?
10. What strategies have you found for addressing the difficulty?
11. How do you ensure that your assessments are not biased and culturally relevant?
12. Where and how does this unit fit within the context of the rest of the semester and/or year?
13. How did your work with small groups and individual students inform your planning for this unit?
14. What specific modifications did you make in this unit?
15. What did you want your students to know, be able to do, and understand as result of their experiences with this unit?
16. Why is the unit important for students’ overall academic and personal success within or outside your classroom?
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Total Points: 21