Presentation on theme: "The Concept of Learning Challenges Presenting Targets as Questions 1.They automatically insist on deep thinking. 2.The ‘challenge’ concept motivates children."— Presentation transcript:
The Concept of Learning Challenges Presenting Targets as Questions 1.They automatically insist on deep thinking. 2.The ‘challenge’ concept motivates children. 3.They ensure that the entire learning episode is centred on key learning and teaching points and success criteria. 4.They inherently bring out skills and understanding. 5.Focusing the plenary on whether the learning challenge has been met, along with evidence, ensures that on-going teacher assessment and child self- assessment is of a very high quality. 6.They effortlessly reveal under-achievement. All children should move from not being able to meet their challenge to being able to meet their challenge. -Starting the learning episode able to meet the challenge or finishing the learning episode unable to meet the challenge potentially indicates under- achievement.
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