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Nigel Coutts

For those about to make a resolution - The Learner's Way - 3 views

    With the year rushing to a close, this seems like the right time to set goals for the year ahead. To pause and consider what next and make some personal promises.  The trouble is that the history of setting New Year Resolutions is littered with failures. It is so easy at this point  in time to make commitments for change and then just a few weeks later to have forgotten what they were.
Paul Beaufait

Learning objectives, targets and goals - 13 views

    "While the authors of The SIOP Model advocate for writing separate content and language objectives, others are advocating for the incorporation of language skills into content objectives. In either case, making language learning explicit benefits students as it clarifies what they should know and learn in a given lesson" (¶9). Some teachers also incorporate a third type of objective: behavioral. Behavioral objectives make explicit to students the actions and behaviors associated with classroom activities. Examples of behavioral objectives may include engaging in conversations, working in cooperative groups or delivering speeches" (¶10).
    Behavior Learning Objectives: these are now "Ownership" in the Relevance and Rigor, paradigm. Would you agree?
Liam Martin

Academic Goals: If you want to succeed, keep your goals to yourself… | 30 Min... - 0 views

    Results from a new study from New York University suggest that whatever your goal, keeping it to yourself is a better idea than broadcasting it to the world.
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