Many teachers focus on what they want their students to produce rather than what they want them to learn. As a result, students “become accustomed to receiving classroom teaching as an arbitrary sequence of exercises with no overarching rationale” (Black & William, 1998).
In this course you will learn to:
- Define what learning intentions and success criteria are
- Identify opportunities and benefits of using learning intentions and success criteria in our own classrooms
- Understand the connection between learning intentions and modelled delivery techniques
- Workshop how to frame learning intentions and success criteria for units of work and individual lessons
Bring structure and purpose back into your lessons, and your students will thrive as learners!