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1.   CRITICAL AND CREATIVE STUDENTS-CLICK LESSON PLAN FORMAT HERE  
The Sure-Fire, No-Fail Lesson Plan Format

 

 

 

2.  CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW YOUR FINAL PAGE SHOULD LOOK http://creativecurriculum6117.pbworks.com/w/page/41263374/Holden%2C%20Michelle

1) Go to your page under students.  Make it fabulous. Add a bio at the end.

2) Click edit.

3) See tutorial below if you need more help to include links etc.

 

Fall 2016

 

 

Summer 2016

 

Fall 2015

 

Fall 2014

 

Fall 2013

 

Fall 2012 Critical and Creative Thinking Students

 

Fall 2011   Welcome  Students 

 

Summer 2011  

Summer 2010 C

 

Your first task: create a link from your page back to this page.    

 

 

Click Below to view prior examples of BSU Wiki "Islands of Knowledge". 

http://foundgrad.pbworks.com/

http://ciaction.pbworks.com/

 

Grading Criteria for Final Project

 

5% Included a snappy visual up front which will entice the viewer to keep on exploring your page.

 

10%  Provided ongoing feedback and encouragement to peers as  development of final project progressed.

 

40% Created lesson plan using at least two menu items from each section in the No Fail Format. This will appear on your Wiki Page. Adopted the minimum number of menu items in all sections of  the lesson plan.  

 

40%  Created a lesson which will require INTERACTIVE critical and creative thinking from you and your students. This should at least include the snappy launch using an assist from your Wiki page.

 

5% Included a bio and  a picture of you at the END or as a link

 

10% Bonus Included curriculum strategies which will require your students to consume your curriculum by creating or interacting with visual art, text, music and/or physical movement.

 

 

5%  snappy visual 

 

10%  Provided  feedback 

 

40%  two menu items from each section in the No Fail Format.  

 

40%  INTERACTIVE critical and creative thinking 

 

5% Included a bio and  a picture of you at the END or as a link

 

10% Visual art, text, music and/or physical movement.

 

 

 

 

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Comments (8)

catherine.landis@st.bemidjistate.edu said

at 2:09 pm on Jul 6, 2010

I added a few items in the template. I chose lime green as my color. Looks like we're off to a good start!

Catherine

catherine.landis@st.bemidjistate.edu said

at 8:32 am on Jul 10, 2010

OOPS! I think I should have put this comment on the other page where the lesson plan format is.

Mike Ofstedal said

at 7:24 pm on Jun 28, 2011

I have never done a wiki page before and I will admit I am totally lost about what I am supposed to do here. If I am to read the syllabus and get that, just tell me. Otherwise, I do not know how to make a link to my page because I do not have one.

Amy Maruska said

at 7:32 pm on Jul 1, 2011

Mike,
Click in Summer 2011. Then click on your name. Once you are on your page click on "Edit" then find the little link symbol , click on it. Select "FrontPage" under the "Existing Page, File, or Folder"....after that closes you will see the link. Make sure you click on the "Save" button on the bottom of the page.

Bonnie Magnuson said

at 2:42 pm on Jun 29, 2011

Mike, click on Summer 2011 link to find your name, then go to help in the upper right hand corner

Tracy Kuny said

at 8:55 am on Jul 8, 2011

Is there someone who can help me out a little? I am really unsure about what we are doing here. I know how to get to the Wiki but am confused about what we are supposed to do once we get here? Do I pick something off the list and develop it? Where do I put it then? HELP!!! Please....

Melinda Seidling said

at 10:10 am on Jul 8, 2011

Tracy,
My understanding is that we are each to add to the different sections of the no-fail lesson plan to give eachother ideas to build into the lesson plan we will be creating for our final project. Add your ideas/comments under each section in the color you chose to designate yourself. We are then to also work on creating our own page by adding catchy pictures, video, etc. and a bio. Once we have created our lesson plan format as a group, we will each use those ideas to create our own individual lesson plan. This lesson plan will then be posted to our personal wiki page and we will each comment on eachother's lessons. I hope this helps!

Mike Ofstedal said

at 1:39 pm on Jul 8, 2011

hey gang...are we supposed to be discussing as a group somewhere about what kind of wiki lesson plan format we are going to use? Are we supposed to all come up with our own off the list or come to some sort of consensus and all use the same format? I read through Melinda's post above, but I don't get that part or am I missing something? It says we have to have something submitted by tomorrow..."Synthesize new lesson plan on the wiki format by today and post final version on the discussion board"...that is from the calendar for this saturday...tomorrow...am I missing something here?

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