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Humboldt PLAEA August 2018 PL - Authentic Intellectual Work (AIW) - Using Creativity to Inspire Authentic Work in Classrooms (In-District) (8142)

Introduction:

This course is designed for TLC Consortium participants who are utilizing the AIW (Authentic Intellectual Work) framework to design and analyze tasks, student work and instruction. As a part of this Authentic Intellectual Work, participants will focus on the needs of all students. utilizing data to guide instructional decisions to enhance instruction. In designing lessons and or units, participants will build an understanding of HOTS, Depth of Knowledge, Conceptual Understanding, Construction of Knowledge, Substantive Communication, Elaborated Communication, and Value Beyond School.  Through collaborative opportunities designed around Iowa’s Department of Education's Professional Development Model, participants will analyze tasks, student work and instruction. Throughout the AIW process, participants will engage in reflective practices, supporting the implementation of professional development opportunities aligned with the AIW Framework.

 

Overview:

Participants will:

Know: ­­   

  • The principles of Authentic Intellectual Work  

  • How to create tasks, student work, and/or instruction based on specific criteria relative to learning goals  

  • How to use data to select tasks, student work and/or instruction for scoring purposes and guide in depth team conversations and collaboration.

  • How to score tasks, student work, and/or instruction based on specific criteria relative to learning goals  

  • How the AIW process and framework support learning across all content areas and grade levels.


Understand that:

  • Data drives instruction and decision-making

  • AIW research supports a higher level of  student achievement in classrooms where students complete high, authentic, intellectual, quality assignments. (Newman, King, Carmichael, Authentic Intellectual Work. Corwin Press, 2007. p. 21, fig. 2)

  • The AIW process provides a framework for teacher collaboration, self-reflection, and the revision process to support the implementation of new learning


Be able to: ­­  

  • Collaboratively analyze tasks, student work, and instruction.

  • Foster the students’ abilities to recognize the value of their learning beyond the classroom.  

  • Use data, team collaboration, and AIW scoring results to guide personal reflection and revision.  

  • Utilize data to purposefully select tasks, student work, and instruction that enhance authentic learning.

  • Gather and implement a variety of instructional strategies acquired through the team collaborative process.

  • Utilize the 21st century skills to enhance the relevance/value beyond school to increase student engagement


Aditional Fee: N/A
Course Type: ILT Categories: Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction
Participants:   Required For:  
Recommended For: Teachers Prerequisites: None
Prerequisite Notes:   Stipend: N/A
Facilitator: Boyd, Lucinda Presenter: Lucinda Boyd
Registration Begins: 9/12/2018 Registration Ends: 6/7/2019
Payment Methods: Credit Card and External Payment Contact: Lucinda Boyd
Contact Phone: 515 Facility: Other
Location: Humboldt CSD Rubrics File: AIW rubric.pdf

Credits Fees
Licensure Renewal (i) $35.00
Licensure Renewal (ii) $70.00

Meeting DateStart TimeEnd Time
8/29/2018 2:30pm 4:00pm
9/26/2018 2:30pm 4:00pm
10/24/2018 2:30pm 4:00pm
11/28/2018 2:30pm 4:00pm
12/12/2018 2:30pm 4:00pm
12/19/2018 2:30pm 4:00pm
1/3/2019 8:00am 12:00pm
1/16/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
2/15/2019 8:00am 4:00pm
2/20/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
3/13/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
3/20/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
3/27/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
4/10/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
4/24/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
5/8/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm
5/22/2019 2:30pm 4:00pm

Humboldt PLAEA August 2018 PL - Authentic Intellectual Work (AIW) - Using Creativity to Inspire Authentic Work in Classrooms (In-District) (8142)

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Humboldt PLAEA August 2018 PL - Authentic Intellectual Work (AIW) - Using Creativity to Inspire Authentic Work in Classrooms (In-District) (8142)

Who is this class recommended for?

Teachers

What are the prerequisites?

None

Is there a stipend?

No

Who can I contact if I still have questions?

Lucinda Boyd

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If you are having difficulty with the registration process, contact the Prairie Lakes Registrar either by email or phone at 1-800-669-2325 ext. 2101 or 515-574-5500 ext. 2101
 
 

How do I access my transcript or request an official copy?

To view your transcript . . .
  • Click on the blue My Learning Portfolio bar and then click on My Transcript,
  • Select the School Year or All
  • If you wish to print an unofficial copy of your transcript, click on the printer icon in the upper right corner above the Certificate tab then re-select the school year.
 
To request an official transcript from Prairie Lakes AEA
  • send a request to Carrie Guerin at cguerin@plaea.org and an electronic copy will be emailed to you

 

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Once an activity is finished, credit type becomes permanent.  You cannot request a change in credit type nor will any refunds be given.

 

What must I do to withdraw from a class?

Withdrawal (cancellation) by Participant Prior to Beginning of an Activity:

To withdraw (cancel an activity registration) and request a refund, please contact Registrar up to two weeks before the start of the activity.  Two options are available: (1) the registration fee will be refunded or (2) registration fee may be transferred to another activity.  Additional fees due for new activity must be received before registration will be transferred. 

 

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In an emergency situation which necessitates dropping a class after it has started, it is the discretion of the Associate Director of PD to approve refund or allow transfer of fees to another activity.  In this case, a written request must be made with appropriate documentation two weeks prior to the end of the activity.

 

What happens when classes get cancelled?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLAEA reserves the right to cancel any class that does not have sufficient enrollment.  Course cancelations will be made approximately 2 weeks prior to the start date of the class.  
 
Registered participants will be notified and two options will be made available:
  1. the registration fee will be refunded or
  2. the registration fee can be transferred to another class within two weeks.

 

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