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Strong Learning Intentions, Good Success Criteria AND Interdisciplinary Learning – How do we put it all together? Y McBlain 13 th February 2013.

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1 Strong Learning Intentions, Good Success Criteria AND Interdisciplinary Learning – How do we put it all together? Y McBlain 13 th February 2013

2 Learning Intentions Participants will: Understand how to create Learning Intentions and Success Criteria for interdisciplinary projects Explore how to build effective assessment into connected learning experiences

3 Success Criteria Participants will: select Learning Intentions which enable pupils to make relevant connections across learning be able to create Success Criteria which progress and deepen pupil learning understand how planning guidance can support effective interdisciplinary learning

4 What will we do? Group formation Challenge Tasks x 2 Peer sharing of learning Interdisciplinary Planning Reflection and evaluation of next steps Exit Pass

5 Let’s get started! Group formation – put the jigsaw back together Meet & greet (not the Scots version) Share your funniest work anecdote

6 5 minute challenges Effective planning challenge 2.All about learning intentions 3.Let’s tackle success criteria 4.What is interdisciplinary learning? Please complete 2 challenges of your choice Listen for the timer!!

7 What’s next for you? Briefing paper 4 for Interdisciplinary Learning? Power point notes for Learning Intentions and Success Criteria National Guidance for effective planning – NAR flow chart, authority planning triangle? National & Local CPD resources – see links Glow groups galore – Falkirk and national groups

8 The NAR Planning Flowchart

9 The Planning Triangle

10 Interdisciplinary Planning Time Modelling start of planning process for IDL Use familiar context Pick out the essentials for deep learning

11 Your turn now Carry on developing that plan OR Develop your own team plan for the same context OR Write a plan for a different IDL context which follows the NAR flow chart/planning triangle What should our Success Criteria for this task be?

12 Peer Feedback on Plans Use success criteria as focus for your feedback Share the positives Help each other to find the best next steps Complete your exit pass

13 Further information: National Assessment Resource https://www.narscotland.org.uk/IntraLibrary?command=external -shib-loginhttps://www.narscotland.org.uk/IntraLibrary?command=external -shib-login Learning Intentions & Success Criteria Education Scotland IDL advice sment/learningacrossthecurriculum/interdisciplinarylearning/ind ex.asphttp://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/learningteachingandasses sment/learningacrossthecurriculum/interdisciplinarylearning/ind ex.asp Education Scotland Approaches to Learning advice sment/approaches/index.asphttp://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/learningteachingandasses sment/approaches/index.asp IDL glow group https://portal.glowscotland.org.uk/establishments/falkirkcouncil/ Staffroom/Interdisciplinary%20Learning/default.aspxhttps://portal.glowscotland.org.uk/establishments/falkirkcouncil/ Staffroom/Interdisciplinary%20Learning/default.aspx


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