The Analytic Teacher

Lindsey Roberts

Who is the analytic teacher?

  • a teacher who identifies a problem and finds a solution.
  • data workers- assess students and use data
  • a teacher who maximizes learning outcomes
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Traits of an analytic teacher

  • problem solvers and decision makers
  • promote learners
  • share their individual talents
  • good listeners
  • foster communication
  • reflective
  • effective
  • observers

The Analytic Process and Multiple Intelligences Theory

  • Students may struggle in the linguistic intelligence, but excel in another
  • Entry point- find a way to engage learners at place them within the task (Gipe 23)
  • Each student possess all intelligence; therefore, use differentiated instruction
  • Students may have more than one learning style
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Analytic Teaching

  • "supports all literacy learners by recognizing their unique strengths, interests, and competencies, and by meeting their specific instructional need (Gipe 20).
  • teachers believe that all students can learn and need opportunities
  • diversity is valued
  • allows for communication
  • use of differentiated instruction- " designed to engage students at all grade levels" (Gipe 20)

Levels of Analysis

  • 3 levels to assist teachers to design lessons and use strategies to help student
  • Determining Lack of Success in Literacy
  • Determining Domains in Which Difficulty Occur
  • Determining the Areas Within the Doamins
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Non-Directive Teaching

  • help students set educational goals and understand their own needs
  • increase students' consciousness
  • facilitate learning and allow students to meet their needs

Direct Instruction

  • structured and led by teacher
  • explicit teaching
  • constant interaction between students and teacher
  • 6 steps (overview, modeling, structured practice, guided practice, independent practice, evaluation activity)

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Objectives and Outcomes

  • student objectives have 3 parts
  • 1. condition (setting)
  • 2.observable behavior (behavior teacher expects)
  • 3. criterion (what is used to decide is content was learned)- subjective


Outcomes

  • what is expected of students
  • ex. at the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify the subject and verb in a sentence

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Learning Activities

  • know the needs of the students
  • readiness- student's level of preparedness
  • interest-motivation for learning
  • learning profile- characteristics that affect the way students learn (ex. gender, race,)


  • two types of teaching techniques
  • deductive teaching- information given to students in a direct way
  • inductive teaching- students are encourage to seek answers themselves


  • use questions to guide learning
  • problem-solving questions require students to think and solve a problem on his or her own
  • facilitated questions require further thinking



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