A Presentation on Basic Principles (PIES) Table of Contents ...

A Presentation on Basic Principles (PIES) Table of Contents ...

A Presentation on PIES Delain Hayes, Jr. Southwestern College A Presentation on Basic Principles (PIES) a Table of Contents: Overview a.1. Positive Interdependence (PI) ----------------- Slide 4

a.2. PI, continued --------------------------------------- Slide 5 b.1. Individual Accountability (IA) -------------------- Slide 7 b.2. IA, continued --------------------------------------- Slide 8 c.1. Equal Participation (EP) ----------------------- Slide 10 c.2. EP, continued ------------------------------------- Slide 11 d.1. Simultaneous Interaction (SI) ---------------- Slide 13 d.2. SI, continued --------------------------------------- Slide 14 e. Summary ------------------------------------------- Slide 16 e.2. Any Questions? ---------------------------------- Slide 17

f.1. References ----------------------------------------- Slide 19 f.2. References, continued ------------------------- Slide 20 PIES: a. Positive Interdependence a.1. The P in PIES: Positive Interdependence

Its meaning, to Teachers: students working as a teamall puzzle pieces needed to complete tasks producing positive outcomes Its meaning to Students: working in the same direction towards a common goalas a team Purposes for Use: using synergy to accomplish tasks Purposes for Use: collaborating, as the sum (team) is greater than its parts (individual team members)

a.2. The P in PIES: Positive Interdependence Purposes for Use: affinitizing the team accomplishing goals Purposes for Use: instilling cohesiveness and togetherness PIES: b.

Individual Accountability b.1. The I in PIES: Individual Accountability Its meaning, to Teachers: performance-driven(1) individually(2) publicly(3) directly/directed Its meaning to Students: being observed, assessed and evaluated on academic performance Purposes for Use: holding students accountable for

thinking, contributing and learning Purposes for Use: creating accountability to teacher and peers thru classroom goals (i.e., participation, etc.) b.2. The I in PIES: Individual Accountability Purposes for Use: isolating individual performance ( before, during, after) Purposes for Use: making accountability public

producing good or bad consequences for studentactions PIES: c. Equal Participation c.1. The E in PIES: Equal Participation Its meaning, to Teachers: interacting, equally, to

further the learning process Its meaning to Students: getting to know others active teambuilding and class-building activities Purposes for Use: creating opportunities to promote self-esteem and social tolerance Purposes for Use: increasing student achievement rates c.2. The E in PIES: Equal Participation

Purposes for Use: providing differentiated instruction Purposes for Use: building safety by negating shyness and introversion PIES: d. Simultaneou s Interaction

d.1. The S in PIES: Simultaneous Interaction Its meaning, to Teachers: active engagement increasing student learning Its meaning to Students: getting chances, for all, to participate in activitiesand learn Purposes for Use: increasing classroom percentage of students interacting at once Purposes for Use: using time between use student-tostudent and student-to-teacher interactions wisely

d.2. The S in PIES: Simultaneous Interaction Purposes for Use: balancing quality of interactions against quantity to add depth to learning Purposes for Use: increasing teamed and paired interactions thru effective activity deployment PIES: e.

Summary e.1. Summary of PIES. Positive Interdependence: showing the need for teamwork in accomplishing planned activities Individual Accountability: making students accountable for their actions Equal Participation: balancing student activities Simultaneous Interaction: increasing student

interactions producing multiple opportunities for growth PIES: e.2. Any Questions? References PIES:

f. References References f.1. References Kagan, S., Kagan, M. (2009). Kagan cooperative learning. San Clemente, Ca: Kagan Publishing; pp. 12.1-12.28. Graphics: Kagan Australia-Teacher Professional Learning. (n.d.). Kagan Australia course outlines. Retrieved from http://www.kaganaustralia.com.au/images/Sam%20club.jpg.

National Application Center. (n.d.). Southwestern college logo. Retrieved from https://www.nationalappcenter.com/school_logos/kansasmentor/Southwestern_College/logo.gif. Victory Sports Network, LLC. (2001-2015). Southwestern college logo. Retrieved from http://naiad22013.victorysportsnetwork.com/userdata/Clip/uploads/t3mf8npiyrmf2iwft34yn94krusx52.jpg. Southwestern College. (n.d.). Southwestern college logo. Retrieved from http://storage1.ihigh.com/schools/32662/skin2/bannerlogo.png?v8. Cappex. (2015). Southwestern college stats, info and facts. Retrieved from https://www.cappex.com/assets/c-155900/logos/2010-08-25_10-09-41.847.gif. U.S. News & World Reports. (2015). Education rankings & advice: southwestern college photos. Retrieved from http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/img/collegephoto_1725..jpg. http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/img/college-photo_1727..jpg. Author unknown. (2011). Inquisitive quest: a quest for the sentience of life. Retrieved from https://gwillson7.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/sw-college.jpg. Garcia, B. (2009). Cooperative learning structures. Retrieved from http://image.slidesharecdn.com/cooperativelearningstructures-091022222251-phpapp02/95/cooperative-learningstructures-1-728.jpg?cb=1256268189.

Author unknown. (2010). Cooperative learning concept. Retrieved from http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_6KSwX6rjFkc/S80IdsUnlMI/AAAAAAAAADA/sEnQDsyDY58/s1600/ cooperative+learning+outcomes.gif. Imgbuddy.com. (n.d.). Cooperative learning clipart. Retrieved from http://readingwritingandrubberstamps.com/image/cache/data/checklist/rw9100-700x700.jpg. f.2. References Graphics, continued: Dutt-Doner, K., and Grande, M. (2011). Buffalo catholic schools conference. Retrieved from http://www3.canisius.edu/~grandem/catholicconference/timed_pair_share.gif. Stanford, D. (2013). Images: question-mark. Retrieved from http://www.cedar-rapids.org/government/departments/police/PublishingImages/Question-Mark.jpg? Mobile=1&Source=%2Fgovernment%2Fdepartments%2Fpolice%2F_layouts%2Fmobile%2Fdispform.aspx%3FList%3D62cf74f9-3aad-4eea-b56b-1b8ccdde0ec3%26View

%3D5fdcbbc0-9bbd-44a5-a406-2d8fb76c0e31%26ID%3D27%26CurrentPage%3D1. Kagan, S. (2014). The P and I of PIES: powerful principles for success. Retrieved from http://www.kaganonline.com/kagan_club/images/FallWinter2011/om_st_nht.png. Lauer, N. (2010). Reflective blog. Retrieved from http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_xbNc7kaMmwg/TMAOwEFQWlI/AAAAAAAAAB8/E31vbNdKStE/s1600/cooperation.jpg. Success for All Foundation. (2012). Cooperative learning: cooperative learning motivates and engages students. Retrieved from http://www.successforall.org/getattachment/Elementary/Powerful-Instruction/Our-Instructional-Design/Cooperative-Learning/three-central-concepts-(1).png.aspx? width=250&height=241. Mind42.com. (n.d.). Creating engaging projects for students. Retrieved from http://api.ning.com/files/mzp1XWo5NuVQHTicVQLTbc3wHUtmct1hIjWoahInG2fnftj9juhsx739UJv4c*MC0iv-UuycLuWainm4K17gWQWoB8wcXhA/Iamanaccountableemployee.jpg. Cox, J. (n.d.). Effective cooperative learning strategies: how to monitor groups, assign roles and manage expectations. Retrieved from http://f.tqn.com/y/k6educators/1/W/S/B/flying-colors-ltd.jpg.

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