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3 What questions do I do to communicate classroom objectives to my students? What is my purpose for setting objectives in the classroom? How do I set objectives in my classroom now? What questions do I have about setting objectives in my classroom?
Student learn most efficiently when they know the goals or objectives of a specific lesson or learning activity. Students need a target for their learning. The objectives can be written many different ways.
A standard is the overarching idea of knowledge. Common Core has set the standard (tells us WHAT we should teach). The objective is the skill needed to reach the standard and is often time set by the classroom teacher
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Learner Objectives Reflects what the learner should be able to do at the end of the learning period. Instructional Objectives Reflect what the instructor intends to accomplish at the end of the learning period. Behavioral Objectives Reflect what the learner might be expected to do differently.
Focus on specific types of knowledge and skill Help students understand how well they are doing compared to the performance standard Give an explanation how the student exceeds, meets, or misses the standard How do I rank relative to the performance of other students. STAR Reports (Class Summary, Test Record) MCT2 results Rubrics (fig. 14.3, pg. 188)
Give timely feedback Give timely feedback Explain what was correct and incorrect Explain what was correct and incorrect Help clear up misconceptions Help clear up misconceptions Determine the next steps for to improve learning Determine the next steps for to improve learning
Doesnt mean that the student actually grade each other or score each others papers Verbal explanations Suggestions for improvement (fig 14.4) pg. 189 Students rate their work (14.5) pg. 190 Rubrics – leave the surprises for parties Student-friendly forms Written response