INTASC #7:Planning for Instruction

The teacher plans instruction that supports every student in meeting rigorous learning goals by drawing upon knowledge of content areas, curriculum, cross-disciplinary skills, and pedagogy, as well as knowledge of learners and the community context.

INTASC Standard #7 Interpretation:

To meet this standard I will need to make use my planning organization skills to develop lessons that not only  meet  state core curriculum standards but that engage learners, and meet educational goals.

Artifacts:

Stages_of_Art_Development

Reflection on the Standard:

 The following artifact demonstrates my understanding of INTASC standard #7 planning for instruction. When planning for instruction it is important to know as much about your students and the stages of development. This is especially so when designing a lesson plan, that is why I chose to include the writings of Dr. Larry A. Kantner, of the University of Missouri-Columbia . I was introduced to his work by my Advisor, also the head of the art education department at my University. I have made his work a great reference when developing grade specific lesson plans because they provide me with a better understanding of graphic development; from the scribbling stage to dawning of realism stage.
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