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Teaching for Effective Learning Domain 3 Part 2 South Australian Curriculum framework.

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    • Teaching for effective learning
      3.2 Foster deepunderstanding and skilful action
    • sally07
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    • Design activitiesthat lead students to grasp concepts and deepentheirunderstanding
      ‘ Chunk ‘ the work. Serve it in small, palatable, accessible pieces
      Can youincorporatevariousways of approaching the subjectmatter – text, visuals, play, thinkingactivities?
      Can youkeep the real life application of the knowledge in front of them and enticethem to considerthat?
      Can youfind a cool site or software whichwillfacilitatetheirlearning and thinking?
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      nasa
    • Pose open questions with no right or wronganswers
      Evokestudents’ emotions
      Can they imagine, reflect?
      Can theyact and researchfrom a range of sources and perspectives?
      Have yousuggestedchallenges and possibilitiestheycouldtry?
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    • Encourage self-testing and self-appraisal
      Getthem to makeflashcards to test theirknowledge
      Use Google docs or Twiducate to elicit feedback
      Check along the way to see how they are going.
      Do they know wheretheirlearning gaps are?
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    • Teach explicit strategies for higherorderthinking
      Can theydefinewhatthey are doing and how they are going about it?
      Can theygiveexamples of whatthey are learning or easilylocate information?
      Do they know what questions to ask?
      Story boardinghelps plan complexassignments
      Providethemwithgeneric questions and watch how theyextendthem.
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    • Guide students in searching for patterns and relationships
      How doesthis relate to whatthey have previouslylearnt?
      How doesthisconnectwithothersubject areas?
      How isthisapplied in the real world?
      How cantheyreference the patterns sotheyrememberthem?
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    • Use preciselanguage
      Teachthem the vocabulary for specificsubject areas
      Teachthem the language constructions for certain types of activities
      Teachthem the differencebetweenformaland informallanguage
      Show them how to source good explanations and meanings
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    • How canyoumake the most of the technologytheycan use for learning?
      Can youthink of productive uses for web enabled mobile phones and otherpocketdevices?
      Are yourstudents cross platform or are theyonlycompetent on one OS and one piece of software?
      Are they able to use all sorts of software and applications competently?
      Do you let themsuggest good ways of doingthingstoo?
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    • Value student input
      Seekformal and informal feedback
      Offeropportunities for feedback whentheyreflect on whatthey are doing
      Allowthem to ask questions and offer productive suggestions
      Use sites likeTwiducate to createa safe online opportunity to canvas opinion.
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    • Set SMART goals
      S - specific, significant , stretching
      M - measurable, meaningful, motivational
      A - agreed upon, attainable, achievable, acceptable, action-oriented
      R - realistic, relevant, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented
      T - time-based, timely, tangible, trackable
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      ProjectSmart
    • Strengthen connections in the brain
      Practice
      Repeat
      Use video
      Pre and post test whereappropriate
      Use graphicorganisers
      Connectideas
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    • Encourage concept attainment
      Is it an insect or not? Whois in the group?
      Allowthem to see or determinewhat the attributes are.
      Makeit a little more complex and challenging
      Can theyapplytheirknowledge in a differentcontext?
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    • Guide and support learners to achieve a level of mastery
      What are all the perspectives?
      Doesthismakethemfeel or seedifferently?
      Can theyreproduce and use the information they have learntaccurately?
      Whatis the nextstepalong the way to knowledge and higherlevellearning?
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    • Practise the four ways of knowing
      How cantheydescribe or definethis?
      Whatexamplescanthey cite?
      How doesthis impact on them and their life?
      Can they express it as a picture, piece of music, story..
      Propositional, Factual, Personal, Conceptual
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    • Workwithauthenticproblems and issues
      How isthislearningbeingcurrentlyused to solve world problems and issues?
      What discussions are going on in the planetwith regard to it?
      What applications doesthislearning have right now?
      Is this a new version of whatwepreviouslyused to do? Why?
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