Learning Goals with Scales: What are you looking for?

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Learning Goals with Scales: What are you looking for? . Please read the article Learning Goals with Scales: What are you looking for and then scroll through the slides and complete the questions. . Question #1. Learning Goals should be changed everyday? True or False? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Procedural vs. Declarative Goals

Learning Goals with Scales: What are you looking for? Please read the article Learning Goals with Scales: What are you looking for and then scroll through the slides and complete the questions. Question #1Learning Goals should be changed everyday?True or False? Explain using evidence from the text.Question #2These are examples of Academic ScalesCheck for UnderstandingRubricsExplain using evidence from the text.

1234Question #3Why should we use academic scales in the classroom?Explain using evidence from the text.

Answer: Should learning goals be changed everyday? No, as stated in item #4 a learning goal is based on a standard. Therefore, the learning time is greater than a daily objective. Learning time will vary, but most will take weeks. Answer: Are these academic scales?

This is an example of a check for understanding. It is not based on standards.It does not describe what a student should know and be able to do.You could use this in your lesson to check if a student understands a concept or not. Answer: Are these academic scales?No, this is a check for understanding. Although the student could move through the different levels to becoming an expert this is not an academic scale because it is not based on standards. This can be used in the classroom to access if students are understanding a concept.

Answer: Why should we use academic scales?As stated in the article, research reveals a core of effective practices that, when done correctly and in appropriate circumstances, have a high probability of a very positive impact on student learning.