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O – Offer an organized and challenging curriculum.
To demonstrate a positive impact on student learning, teacher-candidates…

O1. – Offer an organized curriculum aligned to standards and outcomes.
Teacher-candidates align instruction to the learning standards and outcomes so all
students know the learning targets and their progress toward meeting them.
O2. – Offer appropriate challenge in the content area.
Teacher-candidates plan and/or adapt curricula that are standards driven so students
develop understanding and problem-solving expertise in the content area(s) using
reading, written and oral communication, and technology.

My interpretations of the O in HOPE principles:

O1. – Offer an organized curriculum aligned to standards and outcomes.

Teachers should establish a learning goal for each student and the classroom as a whole. It will help set a foundation for each student when completing assignments, projects, or taking tests. Students will feel like they are able to complete any appropriate and challenging work provided to them. Teachers need to come to class prepared because it’s important that teachers prepare class work in advance to ensure adequate deliverance to students.

O2. – Offer appropriate challenge in the content area.

Teachers need to provide lessons that are appropriate and challenges the students. Teachers should work with students to relate the curriculum to their learning goals in order for the students to develop an understanding of their progress.  Timely feed back should be given  in order for the students to strengthen their learning in each lesson.

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