How will my students know what they know, can do and plan for next steps?
"The most important single factor influencing learning is what the learner already knows. Ascertain this and teach … accordingly." (Ausubel et al, 1978)
- ensure student ownership of learning:
- ask students to "convince yourself, convince a friend, convince a sceptic"
- self-reflection and goal-setting: "What am I learning? How am I doing with my learning? Where to next? What will help me get there?"
- self-assessment involving the curricular competencies
- self and peer descriptive feedback
- students choose evidence of their learning
- students examples as anchors
- co-create criteria with students
Ensure student ownership of learning
10 ways to encourage students to take responsibility for their learning… _ What Ed Said.pdf
Self reflection and goal setting
Student Reflection November 2015.pdf
Self and Peer Learning.pdf
Self and peer descriptive feedback
Educational Leadership:Feedback for Learning:Seven Keys to Effective Feedback.pdf
Students choose evidence of their learning
Assessment For Learning - Assessment Info Bank for 5107.pdf
Co-create criteria with students