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K.U.D .: Leading to Student Ownership in Learning and Creating Change. Josh Ogilvie. “I’m a student and doing my Masters right now and I’m going to do some things this year that are new and I don’t know how they are going to go. We’ll learn together.”. The Beginning. What are the K.U.D.s ?.
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“I’m a student and doing my Masters right now and I’m going to do some things this year that are new and I don’t know how they are going to go. We’ll learn together.”The Beginning
Based on concepts/units students are learning and is a chart that identifies what we want students to:
(facts, recall info, dates, etc.)
(the “why” they are learning the info from the
“K” section-put it into context)
(these are the learning goals/objectives we want
our students to reach)KUD Chart- Carol Ann Tomlinson & Tonya Moon
The goals from the “D” section in the KUD chart were listed on a sheet and given to each student
They would record their assessment results on the chart to monitor their learning journey
Initial assessments would be recorded in blue (to indicate where they are) and re-assessments would be shaded in yellow
Could be re-assessed at anytime in the year and they choose how they want to be assessedLearning Goal Tracking Forms
Small groups of students who help each other in their learning journey
Beginning of every class for the first 10-15 minutes
Groups would merge with others if they chose toStudent Learning Teams
KUD charts helped students know what they were learning and where they were in their journey (and where they were going to go)
Students experienced formative assessment and this promoted a growth mindset
Students began to own their learning progress and relied on each other more than me
Students could accurately describe where they were in their learning, why they were there, and what they could do about itObservations
“Why would you cheat on an assessment? It’s useless cause you won’t know what you know and don’t know.” Nicolas, Grade 12 student
Students excelled in learning
First time ever we had a 100% certification rate (need an 80%+for national certification)
I could work with students in ways that were meaningful for them and their learning
Took the KUD concept to the Phys Ed dept and we created a new program based on high level concepts and formative assessment practices for September 2014
A Physical Education report card (perhaps Growth card????) based on program concept KUDs
No %s for PE 8 & 9 courses and use only descriptive criteria based on learning goals
Pro d workshops in school & district