Backward Design. A strategy for moving forward with SLOs September 28, 2012. How would you feel?.
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You meet a student who participated in your program one year ago. You ask her, “What did you learn from my program?” Of all of the things she could say she learned, what three things would you be the most disappointed to hear that she did not learn from your program?
We call it backward design. Instead of jumping to the activities -- '"Oh, I could have kids do this, oh, that'd be cool" -- you say, "Well, wait a minute." Before you decide exactly what you're going to do with them, if you achieve your objective, what does it look like? What's the evidence that they got it? What's the evidence that they can now do it, whatever the "it" is? So you have to think about how it's going to end up, what it's going to look like. And then that ripples back into your design, what activities will get you there. What teaching moves will get you there?"
As a result of completing this course, students will demonstrate basic cooking techniques such as boiling, baking, and stir-frying as evidenced by a score of 90% or higher on the final performance-based assessment and by 90% of students reporting an increase in cooking skills based on a comparison of the pre and post student self-evaluation surveys.