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Learning Targets

A Quick Overview using a Frayer Model Format
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Cara Wolford

on 6 March 2013

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Transcript of Learning Targets

Definition Purpose Examples Non-examples "Learning targets, as their name implies, guide learning. They describe, in language that students understand, the lesson-sized chunk of information, skills, and reasoning processes that students will come to know deeply. We write learning targets from the
students’ point of view and share them throughout today’s lesson so that students
can use them to guide their own learning."

-Connie Moss and Susan Brookhart in Learning Targets: Helping Students Aim for Understanding in Today’s Lesson What will I be able to do
after this lesson? Clarifies what we are teaching....

and therefore what we assess...

and therefore what activities and assignments we use. "Expert teachers use specific learning targets to remove distracting items and irrelevant tasks from today’s lesson."

-Connie Moss and Susan Brookhart in Learning Targets: Helping Students Aim for Understanding in Today’s Lesson "When students aim for learning targets during today’s lesson, they become engaged and empowered."

-Connie Moss and Susan Brookhart in Learning Targets: Helping Students Aim for Understanding in Today’s Lesson http://teach123-school.blogspot.com/2012/06/learning-targets.html Learning Targets are NOT a standard... Learning Targets are NOT an activity. Learning Targets are NOT a student goal. "Today you will work in small groups
to create a timeline." "Students will get 80% of answers correct
on the Ecosystems assessment." Learning Targets are NOT a topic. "You will learn about the Civil War." What can you do now?

-Plan lessons with targets in mind.
-Share learning targets with students.
-Refer back to them during lesson.
-Align assessments and activities with them.
-Keep learning targets in your PLC conversations.

See what happens. Learning Targets are NOT an essential question. "How do technological innovations
have global implications?"
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