Can you imagine a classroom where your students take charge of their own learning and look forward to coming to school every day? Are you wondering how to fire up your students’ enthusiasm for difficult concepts? 21st Century Teaching Practice is a self-paced online course developed by the School of Education at LUMS, LUMS Learning Institute, and Knowledge Platform. This course is designed to give you a strong grasp on a learning model that will make learning fun for all your students. The 5E Instructional Model is a student-centered learning framework that focuses on exploration, engagement, and encouraging students to discover and apply knowledge actively. This 10-hour course will teach you the fundamentals of the framework, provide in-depth instruction on each phase of the model, and give you valuable guidance on how to implement the framework in your classroom. If you are a school teacher hoping to enrich your pedagogical skills and looking to improve your students’ learning outcomes, this course is perfect for you.
In this section we are going to introduce you to the basics of the 5E Instructional Model and its benefits. How is it different from conventional teaching methods? What is pedagogy?
In this section we are going to explore the strategies and merits of engaging the students in the subject matter and discussion. What is the purpose of the Engage phase? What is brainstorming and its role in students’ learning? What is scaffolding?
In this section we get an in-depth understanding of the Explore phase of the 5E Instructional model. What is the purpose of the Explore phase? What is critical thinking in students? How to encourage active learning in students?
In this section we are going to study the Explain phase and its merits. What is the purpose of this phase of the 5E Instructional Model? What is the scaffolding theory and its implications on teaching? How can students learn from each other?
In this section we are going to look into the Elaborate phase of the 5E Instructional Model and its benefits. What is the purpose of this phase of the 5E Instructional Model? What is differentiated instruction? What is effective student grouping within a class?
In this section we are going to introduce you to the Evaluate phase. What is the purpose of this phase of the 5E Instructional Model? What is effective feedback? What are the purposes and type of assessments?
In this section we are going to see how the 5 phases of the 5E Instructional Model come together to form an effective lesson plan.
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Course name: Teaching Practice: Fundamentals of the 5E Model
Course duration: 5-7 days or approx. 10 - 15 hours
Teaching mode: Self-paced, online
Price: Rs. 4,999
You can signup for the course at https://ilmx.org/5emodel/signup/
Each smart classroom contains one dedicated laptop that is packed with over 100 GB of learning and assessment content. Topics in the textbook are broken down into smaller skills using a simplified Bloom's Taxonomy, making concepts easier to learn in smaller, bite-size lessons. Each lesson plan includes one instructional video which is approximately 5-8 minutes long, an educational game or activity, and a formative or summative assessment. Experienced teachers can use the lesson plans as a scaffolding tool, whereas teachers who lack the subject matter knowledge can simply allow the video to play and act as a facilitator who leads the class from a lesson to a game and an assessment.