For each one write down the learning objectives at the top of the page and then

For each one write down the learning objectives at

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In pairs, think about your activities from earlier. * For each one: * write down the learning objectives at the top of the page, and then * write down what success 'looks like' in each of the boxes
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Write about what the students will do Write about what the students will be able to explain about what they do and see (i.e. what conceptual ideas they learn) Write about what the students will learn how to do. Write about what the students will see during the task, that is related to their eventual learning.
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On the back: * To secure success, what additional input is required, over and above simply completing the activity? * This may need you to write down the questions you would ask (for example)
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Finally In pairs, think about another activity which you think may benefit from being evaluated like this. Work through this new evaluation framework. For your chosen activity, identify what success 'looks like' in each of the boxes. Underneath, write down the questions that students would need to answer to help them achieve that success.
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Why bother? * Improvement is not a matter of doing more activities, but of thinking about how they help learning, and refining them to make them even more effective. * Using hands-on work to enable students to build ideas themselves is essential to good teaching and learning.
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* Questionnaires * Interviews with students * Observations by colleagues * Your own lesson evaluations * Video and audio to review later
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Any questions??
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