Educational Concepts and Terms Teachers Need to Know, - Coggle Diagram
Educational Concepts and Terms Teachers Need to Know
Legalities Regarding Educational Material
type of intellectual property that gives its owner the exclusive right to copy and distribute a creative work
free licenses for creators to use when making their work public
Open Educational Resources
Material teachers can use that are under different Creative Commons licenses and in the public domain. Can be used for teaching, learning, and research purposes
COPA (Child Online Protection Act)
limit the use of child personal information by the operators of websites
FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
gives parents the right to access their children education records
Terms of Service
Legal terms written into most websites that explain the boundaries of users when using their website and its features. Teachers must make sure their lessons coincide with the terms.
Teachers use to assess students using different language
evaluate student learning at the end of a unit
monitors students learning/progress
When students master a concept, they fully understand the lesson and can put it into practice and use correctly.
Ways teachers create lessons to teach
Teachers create lesson plans around the content they have to teach so they can organize a schedule and know when to move on to the next unit
State Course of Study
Lesson plans often consist of Course of Study standards which vary by state. These standards align with the grade specific teaching content and are what teachers have to base their lessons around.
Criteria teachers use to choose instructional content
Ex) Informational Websites: Teachers may look for websites that mainly consist of factual information rather than games or just pictures
Teachers create a curated list of websites and material to look back on when teaching. Teachers can also provide their curations to students to use so they have plenty of resources to use.
Compare and Contrast Terms
Language Demand vs. Language Function
The ways TEACHERS incorporate academic language in their teaching to students
The academic language STUDENTS use in participating in learning
Technology Tools vs. Resources
Websites teachers or students use to CREATE their own material for teaching/learning
Websites teachers or students can use to aid in their teaching or learning. Such websites are already created for these purposes.
Hardware vs. Software
PHYSICAL parts of computers that are developed in factories
The programs within the hardware which is developed by engineers