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Learning Goals and Scales. Agenda 1.Welcome 2.Why Use Learning Goals and Scales? 3.Creating Learning Goals 4.Creating Scales 5.Meaningful Implementation.

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1 Learning Goals and Scales

2 Agenda 1.Welcome 2.Why Use Learning Goals and Scales? 3.Creating Learning Goals 4.Creating Scales 5.Meaningful Implementation 6.Grade Level/Content Area Work Time

3 Learning Goal: I can effectively use Learning Goals and Scales to impact student learning I confuse LG and activities I use the same Scales for all LG I have too many or too few LG LG and Scales are based on CUSD Standards LG are in student friendly language Scales are specific to the LG LG and Scales are based on CUSD Standards Students are able to explain the LG and Scale Students use a variety of methods to track their progress I use the Scale to monitor students’ mastery My Scales are cross curricular I involve students in creating LG and Scales

4 Why Learning Goals & Scales Learning targets convey to students the destination for the lesson, what to learn, how deeply to learn it, and exactly how to demonstrate their new learning…….. Without a precise description of where they are headed, too many students are “flying blind.” Moss, Brookhart, Long (2011)

5 Video Record the big “Ah Ha’s” while watching the video. odyssey-school-denver

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7 Creating Learning Goals Definition of Learning Goal: A learning goal identifies what students will learn or be able to do as a result of teacher instruction. Suggested format: I can _________. I understand _________. I will be able to _________.

8 Video Record Teacher Talk, Student Talk, and Whole class talk. grade-humanities-odyssey-school-denver

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10 Creating Scales One Size Fits All or Tailored Made? Students need a clear understanding of what needs to be learned, track their progress along the way, and recognize when they have achieved the target. The scale: 3 mastery of the goal 4 student taking the goal to the next level 2 and 1 reflect the sub skills needed to master the learning goal

11 Example – 3 rd Grade

12 1234 I understand the meaning of the words by reading the text. I understand the details in the text and answer questions to show my understanding. I can ask and answer questions related to the text to demonstrate understanding. I can comprehend and draw inferences from informational text. Learning Goal: I can understand the meaning of words, phrases, ask and answer text dependent questions in order to comprehend informational text. Scale:

13 Reading Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects 6-12

14 Example – 9 th -10 th Grade Determine meaning of symbols, key terms and phrases - Translate information from charts and tables. - Summarize complex concepts citing specific evidence. - Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information and identify gaps and inconsistencies. Learning Goal: I can understand key words and phrases, cite specific evidence, translate information from charts and tables, and summarize the complex concepts in technical texts. Scale:

15 Analysis of LG and Scales Clint Eastwood It Protocol

16 Meaningful Implementation Design Question 1 1. Providing Clear Learning Goals and Scales 2. Tracking Student Progress 3. Celebrate Success Design Question Reflecting on Learning Why is the information that you are learning today important? How do you know what are the most important things to pay attention to? What are the main points of this lesson?

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19 Resources Learning Goals & Scales info on CUSD Curriculum Webpage CUSD Math Curriculum Teacher Access page has PARCC Performance Level Descriptors for math, grades 3-12: Grades 3-8Algebra IGeometryAlgebra II

20 Resources Using Common Core Standards to Enhance Classroom Instruction & Assessment By: Robert J. Marzano, David C. Yanoski, Jan K. Hoegh, Julia A. SimmsWith: Tammy Heflebower, Phil Warrick. Publication Date: January 07, 2013 Marzanoresearch.com/commoncore Click Free Resources Click Proficiency Scale Bank Click Proficiency Scale Bank again at the bottom, "sign up" for your first time, then you can access

21 Grade Level/Content Area Work Time

22 Learning Goal: I can effectively use Learning Goals and Scales to impact student learning I confuse LG and activities I use the same Scales for all LG I have too many or too few LG LG and Scales are based on CUSD Standards LG are in student friendly language Scales are specific to the LG LG and Scales are based on CUSD Standards Students are able to explain the LG and Scale Students use a variety of methods to track their progress I use the Scale to monitor students’ mastery My Scales are cross curricular I involve students in creating LG and Scales


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