Successful
Students use
Success
Criteria
Teacher Inquiry
Teacher Inquiry Focus
Students developing Success Criteria
Justification:
• Observation about student learning behaviour
•...
Baseline Data
Conducted a survey
Asked students to write success criteria for an argument
March April
March November
THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2010
I then gave them a task as follows:
Write the success criteria for an argument to encourage the
G...
S.C for iPods at school
Introduction-State your point of view are you for or
against the argument, Main Ideas
Body- Differ...
Changes in Teaching Practice
• Think, Pair Share before coming into classroom discussion
• Explicit Teaching of smaller co...
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Teacher Inquiry Presentation Success Is the Key

  1. 1. Successful Students use Success Criteria Teacher Inquiry
  2. 2. Teacher Inquiry Focus Students developing Success Criteria Justification: • Observation about student learning behaviour • Need for secondary school • Making tasks manageable • Measuring success Target Group Year 8 Boys Justification for Target Group • Thought they knew and what they could do • Ability to create next steps • Manageability of breaking learning down • Using exemplars to help
  3. 3. Baseline Data Conducted a survey Asked students to write success criteria for an argument
  4. 4. March April
  5. 5. March November
  6. 6. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2010 I then gave them a task as follows: Write the success criteria for an argument to encourage the Government to make Cellphone usage free. Here is an example of the success criteria I was given: Success Criteria for free internet: • Write a good argument to why the government should let the internet to be free. • How would it affect other people worldwide? • How would the people who had internet and was paying it feel if the internet was now free would they ask for their money back. • Give a variety of question’s why it should be free.
  7. 7. S.C for iPods at school Introduction-State your point of view are you for or against the argument, Main Ideas Body- Different reason for each paragraph, Why is it important Conclusion-Restate your point of view/side of the fence Should iPods be on the stationary list SC: Introduction State point of view-iPods shouldn’t be on the stationary list Say main points-Distraction, Inappropriate content Body Distraction-stops work from being done Inappropriate content-might have inappropriate songs/videos Conclusion Recap main points- Distraction, Inappropriate content Restate point of view- iPods should not be on the stationary list November
  8. 8. Changes in Teaching Practice • Think, Pair Share before coming into classroom discussion • Explicit Teaching of smaller concepts • Explicit Models • Using the language Next Steps: • Infuse in all learning areas • Breaking down of the Matrix for students • Effective feedback from Teacher to Students and Student to student http://e-learningthejourney.blogspot.com

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