TX START

TX START: Instructional Design with Rigor in Mind


Description
In this session, participants will learn how to identify the depth and rigor of critical TEKS, as well as designing activities, materials, and assessments aligned to the TEKS.

CPE Credit Hours: 6

Content
  • Introduction
  • Lesson 0.1: Instructional Design Introduction
  • Reflection
  • A Broad View of Rigor
  • Pre-Assessment: Rigor Anticipation Guide
  • Lesson 1: Unlearning What We Know About Rigor
  • Reflect: 7 Myths About Rigor
  • Lesson 2: Defining Rigor
  • Stop and Jot
  • Creating Your Own Definition
  • Thinking About the Big Picture
  • Lesson 3.1: The Problem with Alignment
  • Social Studies Example Upload
  • Lesson 3.2: The Problem with Alignment
  • Impact Reflection
  • Lesson 4.1: Backward Design Intro
  • Imagine That
  • Lesson 4.2: Backward Design Intro
  • Esmerelda's Trip Reflection
  • Lesson 4.3: Backward Design Intro
  • Backwards Design Reflection
  • Lesson 5: Creating a Year Long Plan
  • Sequencing Reflection
  • Learning at High Levels - Understanding Rigor
  • Lesson 6.1: Understanding Our Standards
  • Understanding Your TEKS Reflection
  • Lesson 6.2: Understanding Our Standards
  • TEKS Breakdown & DOK Level
  • Lesson 7.1: Bloom’s Taxonomy & Webb’s Depth of Knowledge
  • Progression Reflection
  • Lesson 7.2: Bloom’s Taxonomy & Webb’s Depth of Knowledge
  • Example & Non-Example
  • Lesson 8.1: Identifying Desired Results
  • Identifying Desired Results Quiz
  • Lesson 8.2: Identifying Desired Results
  • Quote Reflection
  • Lesson 8.3: Identifying Desired Results
  • Stage 1 Planning
  • Lesson 9.1: Determining Acceptable Evidence
  • Assessment Purpose Reflection
  • Lesson 9.2: Determining Acceptable Evidence
  • Assessment 101 Quiz
  • Lesson 9.3: Determining Acceptable Evidence
  • Analyzing Assessment Alignment
  • Lesson 10.1: Creating High Expectations
  • Creating a Performance Task
  • Rating Your Performance Task
  • Lesson 10.2: Creating High Expectations
  • Reflection
  • Planning for Daily Instruction
  • Lesson 11.1: Planning for Learning
  • Calendaring
  • Lesson 11.2: Planning for Learning
  • Objectives Check for Understanding
  • Lesson 11.3: Planning for Learning
  • One Purposefully Aligned Week
  • Lesson 12.1: Teaching for Understanding
  • Teaching for Understanding Reflection 1
  • Lesson 12.2: Teaching for Understanding
  • Teaching for Understanding Reflection 2
  • Lesson 12.3: Teaching for Understanding
  • Aligning Teacher and Student Moves
  • Lesson 13.1: Student Engagement
  • Student Engagement Reflection 1
  • Virtual Considerations
  • Lesson 13.2: Student Engagement
  • Student Engagement Article Reflection
  • Lesson 13.3: Student Engagement
  • Planning for Student Engagement
  • Completing the Course
  • Instructional Design Final Exam
  • Course Evaluation
  • Acknowledgements and Certification
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever