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Susan Wilson
Jul 28, 2019
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They signal to the students what the purpose is for learning and prevent students from having to fall back to the lowest ladder, which is compliance. Learning Intentions are expressed as statements that signal to students what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will know they are successful. Teachers can plan their lessons and plan instructions looking at the learning intention. Therefore students can be better learners as they understand where they are going and have the confidence to take on the challenge. So True.
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Susan Wilson
Jun 09, 2019
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Something that stood out for me are the three feedback questions. Where am I going? When students understand their goals and what success at those goals look like, then the feedback is powerful. As Hastie says that goals relate to more to completion of work than on the quality of academic outcomes. There are two major elements of goals- challenge and commitment.There are many mediators that can affect goal commitment and the more important are peers. How am I going? This is related to progress feedback, about personal best performances. Where to next? This can assist in choosing the appropriate challenges, the learning process and deeper understanding, and more information about what is and what is not understood.
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