Whiteboarding with peers to plan for AST units


Tanya Katovich, a Nationally Board Certified teacher leader from Illinois, demonstrates a unit-planning routine known as the “whiteboard activity” and how this can be done in the context of professional learning teams (PLTs). This routine can be done on chalkboards, dry-erase boards, or butcher block paper. Your team should have plenty of Post-it Notes handy. The purpose of this activity is to determine the big ideas in the curriculum or standards that are related to the unit being planned. Read more in her own blog here…


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