Subject: Adaptive Learning
1. Topic-
To inform and educate students that there is a connection and shared sets of values and properties between traditional learning and adaptive learning.
2. Content-
Learning Can Occur Through Cell phones/Smartphones technologies.
Cell phone/Smartphone Technology are a Critical and Central Aspect to the Adaptive Learning Experience.
The Merger of Traditional and Adaptive Learning.
The Benefits of Adaptive Learning.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.To Inform and Educate the Idea of Learning Through Usage of Play.
2. Students can use the technology that they typically use for leisure and personal tasks for educational purposes.
3.Students can use their phones functions for learning and creating new avenues towards education.
4. Objectives-
1.Adaptive learning in the classroom through the use of cell phones would show the connection and shared properties that the traditional methods of learning already possessed.
2. Adaptive Learning would not discredit or consider traditional methods of learning obsolete; it would instead revamp and modernize tools for learning.
3.The distinction typically created between student and teacher will be blurred due to the fact the roles are interchangeable through the usage of mobile technology.
(measurable during the duration and at the end of the lesson.)
5. Materials and Aids-
Students will explore the following mobile applications in efforts to create a fun learning environment and core curriculum.
Evernote which is a free app that allows you to save your ideas, images, and thoughts.It usage can be through smartphones, computers,and even most outdated phones.
Meebo which is an app that allows you to share photos, articles, interests with friends, professionals, and family.The app can be assessed through your mobile phone, smartphone, and computers.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Develop a Clear Plan for Achieving our Objective of Adaptive Learning
2.Provide Resources and Guides to help in the Process.
3. Encourage and Facilitate Learning through Monitoring Student Interaction with Mobile Technologies.

B. Development-

1.Goals and Objectives will be clearly articulated in the beginning of the lesson.
2.A Rubric for Learning will be Provided to Specify and Evaluate Requirements that Users must Demonstrate.
3.Learning Objectives and Mandatory Skill Sets to Comprehend will Demonstrated through PowerPoint Presentations.

C. Practice-

1.Teacher and mobile resources will document and monitor student activity and interaction.
2.Mobile Usage will be Timed and Limited for the Sole Purpose of Learning.
3.Mobile Applications will be limited to the two selections currently made Evernote and Meebo for the purposes of consistency and proper evaluation of effectiveness in adaptive learning.

D. Independent Practice-

1.Students will be assigned homework at least 4 times a week.
2.Student activities will occur on a daily basis.
3. Each and every student will have at least 4 hours by themselves with mobile technology.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Students will special needs will have additional time with mobile technologies.
2.The rubric of learning will be adjusted or changed to cater to the needs of those with different learning styles and abilities.
3.Students with different capabilities that are not listed on the class rubric will be tailored to suit their needs.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.A initial diagnostic will occur to evaluate the current level of all students.
2.As the lesson progresses both teacher and student will assess the knowledge learned. (What the student and teacher know and do not know. It's learning for both student and teacher.)
3.Final evaluation of the lesson plan through feedback, discussion, and teacher evaluation sheet.

G. Closure-

1.Final remarks of the overall structure and tone of the class.
2.Tips for what to do next time in efforts to improve the lesson plan.
7. Evaluation-
1.Students overall perspective about the class.

2. If at least one child learned something from the proposed lesson plan.
8. Teacher Reflection-
The hardest part in creating a lesson plan is whether or not I catered to all the students needs and wants. Extremely Difficult!

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