Language and Understanding Integrated Sense-making (LUIS) Lesson Experience
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LUIS Lesson Experience
The LUIS Lesson Experience is meant to facilitate how one plans and reflects around a particular educational challenge. The goal is to openly share successes and failures of one's teaching and/or learning experiences with colleagues and those successes and failures ultimately led to a change in either behaviors or opinions.
- Language Objective(s):
- Key Vocabulary:
- Lesson features: Preparation, scaffolding, grouping configurations, integration of skills, application, and assessment
Include the sequence of events that transpired during the learning process.
- Considering how your lesson plan addresses an educational challenge with regard to preparation, scaffolding, grouping configurations, etc.) and how this challenge is associated with a change in behavior, opinions, and/or attitude that took place today/this week/this month?
- How did (or could) your personal learning network contribute to this change in behavior, beliefs, and/or attitude?