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Chapter 5 plus 150-157 in chapter 6. By: Holly Lusk. Setting goals for student Learning. What do my students need to know? What do my students already know that can help them meet their learning goals? How will I know if they have been successful?.

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Chapter 5 plus 150 157 in chapter 6

Chapter 5 plus 150-157 in chapter 6

By: Holly Lusk


Setting goals for student learning
Setting goals for student Learning

  • What do my students need to know?

  • What do my students already know that can help them meet their learning goals?

  • How will I know if they have been successful?


Taking action by providing learning experiences
Taking Action by providing Learning Experiences

  • What content information do my students need?

  • What instructional strategy will I use?

  • What resources do my students need?


Monitoring student progress
Monitoring student progress

  • Are my students understanding the information and mastering the skills they need?

  • What patterns are emerging from my students’ responses?

  • Should I modify my lesson and unit plans?


Kwhl chart
KWHL chart

  • Identifies what students KNOW

  • What they WANT to know

  • HOW they will learn the topic

  • What they LEARNED in the lesson

  • A KWHL chart can be a useful way for students to actively participate in goal-setting as it can help you identify the gap between what students know and what they need to know.


Common instructional groupings
Common instructional groupings

  • Individual use: students can use computers individually in a variety of settings.

  • Small groups: the activities that you have planned will benefit from the collaboration that occurs when students work together in small groups.

  • Whole group: If you only have one or two computers in your classroom, this is one of the most effective uses of a single computer.


Pages 150 157
Pages 150-157

  • Computer Adaptations

    • Positioning

    • Keyboard Adaptations

    • Mouse Adaptations


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