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The Art and Science of Teaching, Chapter 1

What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track sudent progress, and celebrate success?
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Laura Sachs

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Transcript of The Art and Science of Teaching, Chapter 1

Chapter 1
What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress, and celebrate success?
Make a Distinction Between Learning Goals and Learning Activities or Assignments
Action Step 1.
Anticipation
Guide
Work independently for the next
two minutes.
Read each "Anticipatory Statement"
and note whether you "A" agree
with the statement, or "D" disagree.
Discuss your responses with
a partner or group for the
next three minutes.
Learning Goals v. Activities
A Learning Goal is a
statement of what
students will know
or be able to do.
Activities or assignments
are provided by the teacher
to help students attain the
Learning Goals.
Two Types of Goals
Procedural Knowledge
Students will be able to ______.
Declarative Knowledge
Students will understand _____.
Informational
Strategies
Skills
Processes
Let's give it a try!
Take two minutes to
combine these words
into a brief summary
statement.
Action Step 2.
Write a Rubric or Scale for Each Learning Goal
p. 19
Developing a scale or rubric for each of your Learning Goals all at once may be hazardous to your health.
Note the "Simplified Scale" on page 19 (fig. 1.9) and the "Complete Scale" on page 21 (fig. 1.10).
The simplified scale is easier to use,
but keep in mind that...
> values = > precision
Action Step 3.
Have Students Identify Their Own Learning Goals
Action Step 4.
Assess Students Using a Formative Approach
p. 24
demonstrates progress to both
you and the student
informs instruction
Go Bulls!
Action Step 5.
Have Students Chart Their Progress on Each Learning Goal
p. 25
rate against a rubric or scale

chart or graph
journal
checklist
portfolio
note relationship to scale (p. 24-25)
Action Step 6.
p. 26
Recognize and Celebrate Growth
Chapter One
What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress, and celebrate success?
Graffiti
What will I do to
celebrate student success?
Have a
wonderful year!
Using a marker color of your choice,
work independently in your "section" of the Graffiti graphic for one minute.

We will then share our thoughts with our small group for two minutes, and finish by sharing our insights with the large group.
Complete the "Reflection on Learning."
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