Ashford ESE 645 Week 6 Final Project - 2020

Ashford ESE 645 Week 6 Final Project - 2020

Ashford ESE 645 Week 6 Final Project - 2020

LessonPlanPortfolio[CLOs:1,2,3,4,5].DuebyDay7.Throughoutthiscourseyouhavebeendeveloping your skills in the areas of instructional planning for students with mild to moderate disabilities. You have had the opportunity to design various types of lesson plans that are in direct alignment to the student’s individualized education program (IEP), which is an area of expertise that all special educators must obtain. Additionally, you have considered methods of differentiating instruction to meet the needs of all learners within a classroom setting. The purpose of this assignment is for you to culminate the learning achieved in this course through a real-world application of the content. This summative assessment supports your achievement of Course Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3 4 and 5 and MASE Program Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4,5, and 6.

In each of the previous weeks, you have received explicit feedback from your peers and your instructor pertaining to each of your lesson designs. As an educator, you will find that each time you present a lesson, you will have the chance to adjust it to the needs of your students as well as your own teaching style and preference. Often educators are required to submit their lesson plans to their principal or other site administrator for review often receiving input or suggestions just as you have in this class. Bridging this real life experience with the theories of instruction in the virtual course environment, this assignment mirrors a career-building experience.


Using support from your assigned reading, the Instructor Guidance, and the discussions, and feedback received from both your peers and your instructor, submit the following for evaluation. This final assignment builds from all prior course assessments thus far. Use the below guidelines for creating your written assignment. If you have questions about the assignment or the rubric, please contact your instructor using the “Ask Your Instructor” discussion before the due date.

Submit each of the following for evaluation highlighting the sections that have been edited based on feedback from your instructor and peers:

  • CCSS (2.5 points): Revised Week One Assignment Lesson Plan which included accommodations and/or modifications that align with two or more Common Core State Standards. Be sure to highlight and apply any feedback from Week Four Discussion One.

  • Bianca’s IEP (2.5 points): Revised Week Two Assignment Lesson Plan which were to include specific accommodationsand/ormodifications inaccordancewithBianca’sIEP.Besuretohighlight andapply any feedback from Week Five Discussion One.

  • Bianca’sSelf-determinationSkills(2.5points):RevisedWeekThreeAssignmentLessonPlanwhich incorporated evidence-based strategies for teaching Bianca self-determination skills with goals aligned to her current performance level and identified areas of need. Be sure to highlight and apply any feedback from Week Five Discussion One.

  • Journal (2.5 points): Revised Week Four Journal. Provide any reflections you may have in these final weeks of the course in regards to the incorporation of self-determination skills in one page. Think about how self-determination skills could be used in the regular classroom to support all students’ learning in addition to those with disabilities. Be sure to highlight and apply any feedback provided by your instructor.

  • Classroom Choice (3 points): Revised Week Five Assignment Lesson Plans which incorporated differentiated instructional strategies, CCSS, IEP goals, effective assessment practices, and evidence- based strategies for promoting self-determination skills for Bianca in your choice of either Mr. Franklin or Mrs. Mills’ classroom.

    o Besuretohighlight andapplyfeedbackfromyourinstructor.

  • Inspiration (2.5 points): For each revised lesson plan, write a one-page justification for revisions that includes specific information about what inspired you to make the revisions (e.g., specific feedback received).

  • Reflection (2.5 points): Reflecting on your revised lesson plans, include a one page written summary explaining which learning theories from Chapter 7 in the course textbook you think are shaping your lesson plans most and how you can more purposefully use the learning theories to inform future lesson plan designs.

    Writte n Expe ctations:

    • Syntax and Mechanics (1 point): Exhibit meticulous use of grammar, spelling, and organization

      throughout your submission.

    • Organization (.5 points): Use the lesson plan template provided.

    • Source Re quirement (.5 points): Reference at least five scholarly sources, which may include your

      course textbook, in order to provide credible evidence to support your ideas.
      o The Scholarly, Peer Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources table offers additional guidance on

      appropriate source types. If you have questions about whether a specific source is appropriate for this assignment, please contact your instructor. Your instructor has the final say about the appropriateness of a specific source for a particular assignment.

    • Additional Page Requirement (.5 points): Your submission must include a separate title and reference page.

    • APAformat(.5points):Allin-textcitations,pageformatandreferencesmustbewritteninAPA6th edition format.

      Next Steps: Review and Submit the Assignment

      Review your assignment with the Grading Rubric to ensure you have achieved the distinguished levels of performance for each criterion. Next, submit your document no later than Day 7.

      Re commendation:

      The MASE program provides the opportunity for you to create an online portfolio that can be used in your career development and professional practice. Throughout the program you will have various assessments that can be included in this e-portfolio and these will be finalized in the Captsone course of the MASE program, ESE699.

You may select this assignment and subsequent coursework to include as artifacts. Therefore, it is strongly encouraged you save your coursework on a flash-drive (e.g., a USB removable drive) or store in a cloud-based option such as Dropbox, Google Drive, or other similar applications.