This agenda is to accompany the 2nd workshop in the UDL and WiSSS series. Facilitators may use the agenda to divide the half-day workshop into smaller meetings. Participants will find all resources linked in this one document.
This agenda for "WiSSS Building Background" makes it easy for facilitators and participants to quickly access the presentation, linked resources, and share ideas in one place.
This agenda is to accompany the 3rd workshop in the UDL and WiSSS series. Facilitators may use the agenda to divide the half-day workshop into smaller meetings. Participants will find all resources linked in this one document.
This second workshop in the series builds upon participant understanding of UDL and introduces the value of coaching. Using key points from recent research, participants will understand the impact of coaching on their own practice and on student outcomes. Participants identify an area of the UDL design framework to focus on with a coach and develop a plan. The learning targets for this second workshop are...I can explain the role of coaching when implementing change in instruction.I can explain the varied support.I can determine my next step in building knowledge about and implementing UDL.
Establishing the "why" of both Universal Design for Learning and curriculum mapping is the focus of the first workshop in this series. During this first workshop, participant learning targets include... I can explain the concepts of UDL.I can describe expert learning.I can explain why clearly defined learning goals are important to both students and teachers.I can apply UDL lesson planning approaches to remove barriers for students.I can contribute to building a respectful, active, collaborative, and growth-oriented learning environment.This presentation could take place in a half-day workshop or broken down into shorter timeframes based on the learning targets.
This presentation takes can be used as a facilitation process to complete the WiSS gap analysis for middle school. This 3rd workshop in the "UDL and WiSSS" is a deep dive into the Wisconsin Standards for Social Studies and includes the launch of a gap analysis.Learning Targets:I can identify the key shifts in the Wisconsin Standards for Social Studies.I can analyze the Anytown social studies curriculum for alignment to the Wisconsin Standards for Social Studies.
The "WiSSS Mapping Template for Gap Analysis" is a template used by participants of the "WiSSS Building Background" workshop. The workshop is the 3rd installment of the "UDL and WiSSS" series.
The Wisconsin DPI started rolling out the new Wisconsin Social Studies Standards (WISSS) during the 2018-19 school year. Districts are interested in learning about high-quality instructional resources for the social studies classroom; however, neither IMET nor EdReports has undertaken a resource review for social studies. In an effort to provide some direction for districts seeking to adopt aligned high-quality resources for social studies, CESA 8 led a collaborative team of Grades 6-12 social studies teachers from 6 of our 27 districts in creating a repository of social studies resource reviews which assess alignment to the new Wisconsin Social Studies standards, as well as focus on the shifts in pedagogy contained within the new standards.