Social Justice/Equity
ELLs (MLs)
Special Education
Assessment
Extras
100

Standards that address identity, diversity, justice, and action

What are the Social Justice Standards?

100

Vocabulary that is specific to the content areas

What is academic vocabulary?

100

a legal document that provides information about a student's disability, related services, and educational goals

What is an IEP?

100

metric for evaluating student performance

What is a scoring rubric?

100

a school-wide behavior approach for prevention and support that reduces problem behaviors

What is PBIS?

200

Idealogical, institutional, interpersonal, interal

What are the 4 I's of Oppression?

200

A strategy that promotes an active learning environment and diverse learning styles

What is the cooperative learning method?

200

Examples include frequent breaks, testing in small groups, and extended time on assignments

What are accommodations?

200

A test such as the SAT that has been developed by a major publisher and is standardized for a large population

What is a norm-referenced standardized test?

200

a method of grouping students where each student has a specific role or responsibility

What is the POGIL method?

300

Find a network of educators, find an ally, check lesson plans for racist curriculum

What are some of the ways to disrupt whiteness in the classroom?

300

translated text, closed captions, pre-teaching vocabulary

What are differentiation strategies for ELLs?
300

spark-activate prior knowledge-I do-We do-You do-Lesson Closure- assessment

What is the lesson flow according to UDL principles?

300

Quizzes, exit slips, checklists, conference notes

What are some examples of formative assessment?

300

Questions that lead to a wide range of student responses

What are divergent questions?

400

Monocultural, Tolerance, Acceptance, Respect, Affirmation, Solidarity & Critique

What are the different levels of multicultural education?

400

Bringing native language into the classroom is an example of what

What is culturally responsive teaching?

400

Content, Process, Product

What are the different way in which teachers can differentiate instruction?

400

Placement, Diagnosis, Formative Assessment, Summative Assessment

What are the purposes of assessment?

400

Answering the question yourself or not allowing a student to complete a long response

What are some challenges of questioning?

500

Ability to recognize, respond to, redress, and create/sustain bias and inequity

What are parts of the Equity Literacy Framework?

500

Modify texts and use graphic organizers

What are some effective strategies for working with ELLs?

500

a set of principles for designing curriculum and instruction in which all learners have equal access

What is UDL?

500

Provides a final evaluation of knowledge and skills

What is summative assessment?

500

A framework for classifying learning objectives

What is Bloom's Taxonomy?

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