Week 3 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 21-25, 2022 DLLs

Welcome! To help teachers create more effective lesson plans and free up valuable time for the actual teaching process, we have ready-made weekly K–12 Daily Lesson Logs that are in line with the most recent Curriculum Guide for each grade level accessible for download. The download links for Week 3 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 21-25, 2022 DLLs can be seen below.

Planning lessons effectively

Time is the most valuable resource for teachers, therefore it is not advisable to spend time creating large amounts of lesson planning that have no obvious influence on student learning. In order to consider how to scaffold learning, teachers must prioritize planning. Think about combining planning, preparation, and assessment into blocks of time that for in-depth planning. The circumstances for group planning may also be established through pooled time.

Teachers can learn a lot from one another and from talking about planning with one another, discussing topics like learning aims, success criteria, learning development, and what it means to be excellent at a subject.

There are several ways to involve teachers in group conversations regarding how students are progressing. The most effective approach, however, involves having small groups of teachers meet every two to three weeks and following a set agenda to look at student data, set incremental goals, have discussions about those goals and how to improve instruction, and come up with a plan to track learning and teaching. The key aspect of this approach is that teachers are willing to consider evidence of their influence on students and to critique one another’s influence in order to better meet students’ needs.

If you have slightly varied techniques for different courses, it is advisable to make sure teachers thoroughly understand the policy and approach to lesson planning, its application, and monitoring measures.

Monitoring is the process of making sure everything is going according to plan; in this case, it would involve ensuring that teachers consistently use their approach to lesson planning. Evaluation involves determining how a policy has affected outcomes, and impact is always supported by facts. To find out whether mindsets are changing, chat to teachers and take a sampling of lesson plans from different schools or groups. Assuring the approach’s coherence and compliance with recognized quality standards.

Teachers must explain what “excellent” lesson planning entails and define what “quality” means in the context of learning in order to create lessons that are effective.

Week 3 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log | Nov. 21-25, 2022 DLLs

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