3 edition of Learning Targets found in the catalog.
March 31, 1999
by Nelson Thornes Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Private power in the Pacific
Genealogical and historical notes on Culpeper County, Virginia.
Fibre reinforced materials
treatise on the law of monopolies and industrial trusts, as administered in England and in the United States of America.
The poems ....
Comparative wood anatomy
Tevere pilot river basin article 5 report
Written from students' point of view, a learning target describes a lesson-sized chunk of information and skills that students will come to know deeply. Each lesson's learning target connects to the next lesson's target, enabling students to master a coherent series of challenges that ultimately lead to important curricular standards/5(20).
Learning targets. Written from students' point of view, a learning target describes a lesson-sized chunk of information and skills that students will come to know deeply.
Each lesson's learning target connects to the next lesson's target, enabling students to master a coherent series. According to the authors, developing learning targets means identifying the "reason to live" for that day and that lesson, within a broader context of the unit.
There is a focus on content knowledge, thought processes (as defined by Bloom's or Webb's DOK), and Several books discussing ways to shift to the CCSS have identified ways to select learning targets and their value to student learning/5.
"Creating & Using Learning Targets & Performance Scales does an excellent job of focusing on the real purpose for learning targets and scales. This was a very poorly implemented first step in many district evaluation programs, and the content in this books completely debunks those erroneous first directions."/5(9).
Drawing on their extensive research and professional learning partnerships with schools across the United States, instruction and assessment experts Connie M. Moss and Susan M. Brookhart explain how using student-centered learning targets enables schools to raise student achievement and create a culture of evidence-based, results-oriented : $ Chapter 6.
Using Learning Targets to Differentiate Instruction; Chapter 7. Using Learning Targets to Foster Higher-Order Thinking; Chapter 8. Using Learning Targets to Guide Summative Assessment and Grading; Chapter 9. A Learning Target Theory of Action and Educational Leadership: Building a Culture of Evidence; Action Tools; Action Tool A: Understanding Learning Targets; Action Tool B: Learning Target .