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Learning Goals, Success Criteria, and Descriptive Feedback
Transcript of Learning Goals, Success Criteria, and Descriptive Feedback
Continuum How will I reach my Learning Goals? Example of Success Criteria: Descriptive When providing feedback... The assessor provides feedback about the product or performance that is solely based on the Success Criteria developed for the task
The assessor communicates to the student:
what has been done well
what can be improved
suggestions on how to improve. Writing Learning Goals: LGs should be:
Describe what the students will know or be able to do
based on curriculum expectations Where Am I Going? The Learning Goal (LG) is a statement of what students will know or be able to do. Co-created Success Criteria:
Clear, Strong POV
Supported w/ Examples and Facts from Research
Presents a Variety of facts and examples
True and believable
includes a call for action
Uses advances vocabulary
Descriptive words and phrases
Varied sentence length and types
Appropriate use of puncuation Learning Goals Growing Success, Learning Goals and Success Criteria Linked directly to the Learning Goal(s)
SC is Descriptive:
what does success "look like";
use of specific, student-friendly language
SC is Co-constructed:
discussed and agreed upon by both the Teacher and the Students
SC is the Foundation:
used as a basis for feedback and Peer/Self Assessment Success Criteria (SC) are the road map that
leads to the Learning Goals Learning Goals are:
Related to Curriculum Expectations
Co-constructed in student-friendly language LGs should be "fluid";
LGs should be revisited and revised as needed throughout the course of the task or unit Learning Goals Success Criteria Examples of Learning Goals: We are learning about the features of graphic texts I will be able to explain the way that graphs support mathematical equations We are learning to use clues in the text to understand the author's message, without them saying it in words (Theme).