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Unlocking learning intentions and success criteria, shifting from product to process across the disciplines, Shirley Clarke ; foreword by John Hattie

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Unlocking learning intentions and success criteria, shifting from product to process across the disciplines, Shirley Clarke ; foreword by John Hattie
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Unlocking learning intentions and success criteria
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
Oclc number
1240585694
Responsibility statement
Shirley Clarke ; foreword by John Hattie
Series statement
Corwin Teaching Essentials
Sub title
shifting from product to process across the disciplines
Summary
The expert's guide to making LISC work for you! In over twenty years of research, Shirley Clarke has found that the key to understanding, creating, and implementing LISC is to focus on the process of learning rather than the product, or end result. In this practical guide, she shows you:   ·         How to phrase learning intentions, organize and plan for them, and share them with students ·         How to create success criteria to fit each learning intention ·         How to adapt these practices to different disciplines-with examples ·         Implementation strategies based on real-life teacher success stories
Table Of Contents
UNLOCKING LEARNING INTENTIONS AND SUCCESS CRITERIA - FRONT COVER -- UNLOCKING LEARNING INTENTIONS AND SUCCESS CRITERIA -- COPYRIGHT -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD BY JOHN HATTIE -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR -- PART I - SETTING THE SCENE -- CHAPTER 1 - SUMMARY OF THE KEY MESSAGES -- CHAPTER 2 - LEARNING, NOT DOING: THE EVIDENCE -- PART II - LEARNING INTENTIONS: A CLOSER LOOK -- CHAPTER 3 - PLANNING THE LEARNING -- CHAPTER 4 - SHARING LEARNING INTENTIONS WITH THE STUDENTS -- PART III - SUCCESS CRITERIA: A CLOSER LOOK -- CHAPTER 5 - PROCESS SUCCESS CRITERIA: A FRAMEWORK FOR LEARNING AND SELF-REGULATION -- CHAPTER 6 - CO-CONSTRUCTING SUCCESS CRITERIA -- CHAPTER 7 - PLANNING A LESSON -- PART IV - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SUBJECTS -- CHAPTER 8 - LITERACY: WRITING -- CHAPTER 9 - MATHEMATICS -- CHAPTER 10 - SCIENCE -- CHAPTER 11 - HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY -- CHAPTER 12 - EXAMPLES FROM OTHER SUBJECTS -- PART V - IMPLEMENTATION -- CHAPTER 13 - WHOLE-SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT -- CHAPTER 14 - TEACHERS' ANECDOTES ABOUT IMPLEMENTING THESE STRATEGIES -- FINAL WORDS -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
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