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Learning Logs in Education
Transcript of Learning Logs in Education
"Learning logs are a form of journal writing that focuses specifically on what students are learning but also on how they are learning (Commander & Smith, 1996).) (Conley, 2008).
What Learning Logs Look Like:
The Importance of Learning Logs
To reflect on how you learn as opposed to what you learn.
They add an additional componet to peer evaluations.
They allow for students to take ownership of their actions.
Students get to propose solutions for their own problems.
They provide documentation.
Conley, M.W. (2008). Content Area Literacy: Learners in Context (2nd ed.)
Boston, MA: Pearson
Martirano, M., Green, Michael (2015). West Virginia Department of
Eduction: Learning Logs.
Elementary School Example:
Questions to ask
Learning Logs, KWL charts, Bloom's Taxonomy and your 21st century learner in any grade!