10 Research Findings: When teachers used learning objectives, this produced a 23 percentile gain overall.
11 Use of Learning Objectives How have you used them in your classroom? What impact did you see?
12 SESSION #3: Learning Objective Topic: effective use of learning objectives Do: Recommend modifications to make a presentation of a learning objective more effective. Level of Thinking: evaluating
13 Checklist Rationale: What makes each effective? #1 Specifically stated – creates a specific, clear focus #2 Student friendly terms – students can easily understand the learning objective #3 All 3 parts are aligned – ensures the correct content is taught at the correct level #4 Presented before instruction – focuses students on the topic before teaching #5 Presented orally & visually – accommodates different learning styles #6 Visible throughout lesson – refocus instruction / learning as needed #7 Referred to throughout lesson - maintains focus throughout lesson #8 All students assessed by end of lesson – ensures learning occurred for all #9 Instruction & assessment match LO – ensures that planned LO was taught
14 Video #1 Topic: fact and opinion Do: Identify all facts and opinions in a passage Level of Thinking: understanding P.O. - Distinguish fact from opinion in expository text providing supporting evidence from the text.
18 Video 1 Reflection Specifically stated Student friendly terms All 3 parts are aligned Presented before instruction Presented orally & visually Visible throughout lesson Referred to throughout lesson All students assessed by end of lesson Instruction & assessment match LO Examples how the LO was communicated:
19 Video #2 PO. – Add whole numbers to 2 digits with regrouping Topic: addition of 2 digit whole numbers with regrouping Do: Solve 3 two digit addition problems with regrouping without using manipulatives. Level of Thinking: applying