What happened for the learners
Each learner had access to a teaching and learning Template for each Achievement Standard
The Key Competency “managing self” encouraged learners to
work at their own pace
choose their desired achievement level for each std
complete their learning programme by tracking their progress on a ViTaL sheet before sitting summative tasks
Conferencing was done at the learner’s request
Questions were answered with questions to promote independent thinking and proactive learners
What evidence do I have for this
What did I do to make this happen?
Achievement criteria and Teaching/Learning Strategies were explained in “student speak”
The use of standard-specific literacy strategies were more explicit and deliberate and understood and used by learners:
3 level guide
Give one, Get one
Academic achievement data conversation (both across all curriculum levels and for mathematics, for the year level, were shared and discussed at regular intervals)
Wonderings about what next
Students - Can students continue to self manage next year with a different teacher?
Teacher - Strategies to engage more Maori whanau so that we can best support the learner together
Monday, 13 November 2017
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