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Becoming an Assessment-Capable Visible Learner, Grades 6-12, Level 1: Learner's Notebook
- Grade Level: PreK-12
- ISBN: 9781506387031
- Published By: Corwin
- Series: Corwin Literacy
- Year: 2018
- Page Count: 184
- Publication date: July 12, 2018
The power of Visible Learning is simple yet transforming: Help your students understand how to learn, and they can become their own teachers.
These learner’s notebooks are the first of their kind to continue the journey of Visible Learning by helping students monitor their own progress. With an emphasis on developing and strengthening foundational metacognitive skills, the notebooks guide students to understand what they’re learning, why they’re learning it, and the strategies they need along the way.
Even young learners will become more focused as they use the notebook’s metaphor of a trip to prepare for and embark on their learning journey.
Structured to support an entire school year’s worth of learning, these notebooks help every student in your class achieve success by putting the power of Visible Learning at their fingertips.
Includes 10 Learner's Notebooks
Table of Contents
Lesson 1: What is Learning?
Lesson 2: Becoming an Assessment-Capable Visible Learner
Lesson 3: Setting Mastery Goals
Lesson 4: Learning Intentions and Success Criteria: What? So What? Impact
Lesson 5: What Does Success Look Like?
Lesson 6: Using Success Criteria to Monitor Your Progress
Lesson 7: Taking on the Challenge of learning
Lesson 8: Selecting the Right Strategies in Your Learning
Lesson 9: Learning How to Learn
Lesson 10: Is it Time for Feedback?
Lesson 11: Asking the Right Questions to Get the Feedback You Need
Lesson 12: Seeing Errors as Opportunities to Learn
Lesson 13: Using Self Questioning to Guide Your learning
Lesson 14: Peer Teaching with Think Alouds
Lesson 15: Peer Teaching with Reciprocal Teaching
Tools and Templates
Conceptions of Learning Survey
Assessment-Capable Learner Self-Assessment
Student Goal Setting Template
Learning Intentions and Success Criteria Self-Assessment
Co-Constructing Success Criteria Template
Using Success Criteria to Monitor Your Progress
Learning Strategies Checklist
Study Skills Student Checklist
Is It Time For Feedback? Checklist
Reflecting on Errors as Opportunities to Learn Template
Feedback Cards - Asking the Right Questions to Get the Feedback You Need
Peer Teaching with Think Alouds Checklist
Peer Teaching with Reciprocal Teaching Sentence Starters