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New Harmony
Professional Development
Feedback for Workshop

Begin with opening MS Word and your internet browser. As you find helpful resources, copy and paste this information from the web browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape) to your word document. At the end of the training, you can save this document on your floppy disk and take this with back to the classroom. Happy Surfing!

  1. Design - Searching Strategies (CINCH)
    1. C - Concept Mapping (see handout)
    2. I - Identify your Search Engine
    3. N - Narrow your Search (see handout)
    4. C - Credibility Assessment
    5. H - Helpful Resource (see handout)
  2. Develop your Lesson
    1. Review overview of CINCH
      1. View the Flash introduction
      2. View the Real Video files demonstrating concept mapping
    2. Select your curriculum area
    3. Determine the Scope
    4. Identify learning goals and objectives
    5. Define a problem (Big 6) (see handout)
    6. Teach students searching strategies
  3. Deliver
    1. Use formative and summative assessment (RubiStar) (see handout)
    2. Get student feedback on lesson's effectiveness
    3. Personally assess your success
  4. Share your ideas December 20th

Additional Resources to Use

K-12 Teaching and Learning Center
Must use the password to access information. This password will be given during the workshop
MarcoPolo - Internet Content for the Classroom
The MarcoPolo Search Engine provides access to all of the educational resources created by the MarcoPolo Partners plus Partner reviewed materials.