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Understanding by Design, Expanded 2nd Edition par [Wiggins, Grant, McTighe, Jay]

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What is understanding and how does it differ from knowledge? How can we determine the big ideas worth understanding? Why is understanding an important teaching goal, and how do we know when students have attained it? How can we create a rigorous and engaging curriculum that focuses on understanding and leads to improved student performance in today’s high-stakes, standards-based environment?

Authors Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe answer these and many other questions in this second edition of Understanding by Design. Drawing on feedback from thousands of educators around the world who have used the UbD framework since its introduction in 1998, the authors have greatly revised and expanded their original work to guide educators across the K–16 spectrum in the design of curriculum, assessment, and instruction. With an improved UbD Template at its core, the book explains the rationale of backward design and explores in greater depth the meaning of such key ideas as essential questions and transfer tasks. Readers will learn why the familiar coverage- and activity-based approaches to curriculum design fall short, and how a focus on the six facets of understanding can enrich student learning. With an expanded array of practical strategies, tools, and examples from all subject areas, the book demonstrates how the research-based principles of Understanding by Design apply to district frameworks as well as to individual units of curriculum.

Combining provocative ideas, thoughtful analysis, and tested approaches, this new edition of Understanding by Design offers teacher-designers a clear path to the creation of curriculum that ensures better learning and a more stimulating experience for students and teachers alike.


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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 370 pages
  • Editeur : ASCD; Édition : 2nd Expanded (22 mars 2005)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This Book Changed My Teaching Forever 12 novembre 2015
Par Stephanie L. Thompson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I at first felt very daunted by the concept of backward design (i.e. Understanding by Design, or UBD). It looked really complicated, it sounded like "teaching to the test", and I thought for sure that it would add an ungodly amount of extra hours to my lesson planning. I stubbornly claimed (at first) that I would NEVER switch from how I was already doing things! However, after I took a class in Understanding by Design, I realized just how GOOD this method actually is. So, before I go any further with my review, let me strongly encourage anyone looking into buying this book to see if you can also take a class in this methodology or even just attend a conference session about it -- there are also, sometimes, decent webinars about it. UBD can be very overwhelming at first, especially if you're used to a different method in your curriculum design and/or lesson planning.

As I learned after implementing this in all of the classes that I taught for a year, UBD does take more time at first. I found that by making a template in my word processing program, I was able to cut the design process length down considerably; also, you get faster as you get more experienced. I do NOT recommend using this as a means for creating daily lesson plans, as the format is so detailed that you'd have little time for anything else. However, for unit plans, this is a fantastic method (and the way it's done, you then don't need to write out separate daily lesson plans). Everything is measurable! Everything is balanced! You plan the assessment methods right as you figure out the content, so that you start out from the beginning knowing exactly how you'll prove that students have learned, as well as well as what they will learn. There is emphasis, too, on building in opportunities for metacognition, which is so important if you want to train students into becoming more masterful learners. From the students' standpoint, they get much more organized classes out of this, and they also have a much better idea of exactly what is expected of them. Furthermore, by me getting so organized about making sure my units had all the necessary parts, I ended up teaching much, much better.

I used UBD as a high school teacher, but now that I'm in a PhD program, I am using it in the creation of college courses (100-level electives). The framework makes so much sense and it is surprisingly helpful to my own ingenuity and creativity. Some people fear UBD-style course design because they think it'll make them too formulaic as teachers, but I've found the exact opposite to be true. It alters the way that you think about lessons as much as it does how you create/plan them. Finally, I found that my job satisfaction really increased when I started using this methodology, largely because my output was so much better and I knew for a fact that it was better. It makes a huge difference to how you go about a job when you know that you're doing it well.

I strongly recommend this book to anyone who wants to become a master teacher (or even to current master teachers who want to be even better). However, as I mentioned, I also recommend that you don't just get the book on its own. Try to find some form of additional training to help you understand it better and visualize better how things work. The book is a great resource, for sure, but it is a LOT to take in, especially if you are not already familiar with backward design.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 19 septembre 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
For anybody developing curriculum, this is the Go To manual for the beginnings of Course Construction.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Every educator needs this book! 27 juillet 2015
Par ABCKids - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Definitely a must have for any educator. Wiggins and McTighe are almost the pioneers in this field and thought of backwards design (Robert Tyler first thought of the concept in his published work from 1947) and their concepts are easy to implement and are what I would call a no-brainer. As in it should be something that all teachers are already implementing in their lesson and unit planning already. However, we all know that it is not already in the forefront of every educators mind or else there would not be a need for this book. This book will definitely teach the educator or potential educator how to start to think about the goals of a lesson and then to plan the lessons on how to get each student to those specific goals (backwards design). It is an easy concept and once understood and fully grasped by the educator he/she can start to educate their students in a way in which the students will benefit by truly gaining meaningful knowledge from the course they are taking with the educator and be able to apply the knowledge and demonstrate understanding.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Great in concept but the book doesn't deliver 27 février 2015
Par marnbarn68 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had high hopes for this book, as the concept makes sense - start lesson planning from the destination and work backwards to build the lessons that will get your students where you want them to be. The book, however, isn't as simple as it sounds. It uses language that is much too lofty for an instructional text. To really understand backward design, it requires someone who is versed in this method to teach it as you read through the chapters to explain what it really means in practice.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Wiggins and McTighe expertly present a lot of great material, both theoretical and practical to help teachers 24 août 2014
Par Kelley Ridings - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book covers an eminently critical topic in contemporary education practice -- developing curriculum that covers all the essential concepts in a course in an engaging and measurably effective manner. Wiggins and McTighe expertly present a lot of great material, both theoretical and practical to help teachers, administrators, schools, and districts to develop their own Understanding by Design units. No serious educator should be able to walk away from this book with nothing new to add to their pedagogical arsenal. Still despite its strengths, this book is very dense, so it's a slow (but worthwhile) read. It's also a bit ponderous in presentation style at times. The authors can be a bit long-winded at times, sometimes belaboring points too much. Still, despite minor flaws, this book is a very important work in modern education research that educators need to understand and practice to enhance the quality of student achievement in our schools today.
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