That was really a good lesson and sounds like a fun lesson.
Very nicely done. I was very curious to see what your project would be like (since you aren't a classroom teacher). Your activity ideas are great and I think that having people act out the situations would be very effective. You should have them take a picture of their emergency kits and share them (or something like that). Good work!
Here's the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAeaOAvGSDs
You're like Sal Khan...your presentation was like watching Khan Academy...really well done.
I love this lesson! What a powerful way to teach students how to give feedback appropriately. Great job!
Here is my UBD video link
Or maybe this link. You tube is being weird for me
Great job Katie. I really enjoyed your presentation.
I wasn't sure if we were supposed to respond here or on the youtube site. I am posting to both.
Great job Katie! Like some of our other classmates mentioned, I too liked seeing what this looks like in an ECE classroom as I am a middle school teacher and have only written units for middle school.
Here is the link to my UbD unit presentation.
Here's the link to my UbD presentation...
Sorry... the first link I had I posted as private. This one is unlisted:
Sorry... the first link I had I posted as private. This one is unlisted
The first link I accidently listed as PRIVATE. This new one is simply UNLISTED so everyone should be able to view:
That was great lesson and a wonderful presentation. I tried to post a comment on the youtube site, but I think my internet messed it up.
Here is the link to my UbD project
Here is the link to my video
Your presentation was amazing! Not only were you confident in the material you presented but you spoke amazingly and had a strong voice. The information was very organized and well prepped. You have great knowledge of what you are doing and it was cool to see how you did this project with your prior knowledge and learning of UBD through your district. Well done
I really love it when traditional knowledge and stories make their way into the classroom. Good work! I hope that the unit really gets them engaged.
I like it! Way to go Stephanie. I posted additional comments on your YouTube :)
I think this goes to my video.
Nicely done Michael! I posted to your YouTube :)
It wouldn't let me watch the video (it said it was private). Can you make it unlisted?
Here is the link to my video -- http://youtu.be/vjA_qggohdg
Very good UBD lesson. It was very thorough and explained well throughout. I believe a sub could step in and complete the lesson just fine. You are very knowledgeable on the topic and planned a well thought out and detailed lesson.
This was a very thorough lesson presentation....great job.
Brian I would love to be part of your class as you taught this unit...or have one of my own children in your class! I posted additional comments on your YouTube link.
What an excellent unit! You did such a great job linking your standards all the way through while creating an engaging unit! Great job!
I like how you incorporated cooperative learning into a lesson where I might not expect to see that (with the think-pair-share). I have never used a graphing calculator (I guess I finished my required math in high school before everyone started using them, or at least before they were required), so it's nice to see how they can be used.
Sorry this took all week to post, I kept missing the link that said post here. Must have been my frazzled brain. Hope this works,
I couldn't watch the video (listed as private). But I really wanted to!
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.