While lesson planning is often perceived as something elementary or high school teachers do, the framework for lesson-planning can support teachers and students at all levels of education. Consider these resources for planning and implementing lessons.
- Considerations when planning a lesson
- Approaches to lesson planning
- Considering Core Abilities: these are different than course competencies in that they are not course-specific. They are not taught in “lessons.” Instead, they are broader skills that run through courses and lessons. They “enable learners to perform competencies.”
- Considering Core Skills: What kind of skills need to be in place for your student to learn? How can you design your lesson to ensure they are metacognitive about how to use and develop these skills.
- Assessing Core Skills in the workplace for workforce training
- Start a lesson with KWL:
- Engaging Background Knowledge with KWL Lesson Plan
- Sharon Bowmans Website on Teaching Practice and Brain-Based Learning