Learning Targets at TCRHS

                 Click here to read "Knowing your Learning Target"             

 

(article shared by Mrs. Rhoney at November 2015 faculty meeting)

                 The Who What and Why of Learning Targets                        (chart shared by Literacy Team in August 2015) 

 
  

“Unpacking” List

            (for Unpacking a Learning Target)

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·        Circle/highlight/underline important vocabulary & discuss

·        Ask students to summarize & record target in their notebooks

·        Have partners explain the target to each other in their own words

·        Ask students to rate themselves on the target (fist to 5; thumbs up)

·        Invite students to predict how they will demonstrate mastery of target

·        Provide a rubric that demonstrates mastery on the target

·        Ask students to identify & list on the board what they need in order to achieve the target

·        Point to the agenda items and connect them to the target

·        Tell a story or give an example to illustrate the target

Target Check List 

          (for Checking a Target throughout the Lesson)


 

·      Return to the whiteboard throughout the lesson, “checking off” parts of the learning target as you teach and learn

·      Ask students to rate themselves throughout lesson, using a class target board, signal cards, or rubric

·      Require students to keep a “target tracker” in their notebook, citing evidence of individual mastery

·      Create & ask teacher-made questions that match specific parts of the target

·      Ask students to provide illustrations, examples, etc. of target mastery

·      Use quick-writes, journal entries, and exit slips to assess learning in writing

·      Use a technology tool like Plickers, Kahoot, or Padlet to check for learning

 

TCRHS Literacy Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Target Checklist

          (for Checking a Target throughout the Lesson)


 

·      Return to the whiteboard throughout the lesson, “checking off” parts of the learning target as you teach and learn

·      Ask students to rate themselves throughout lesson, using a class target board, signal cards, or rubric

·      Require students to keep a “target tracker” in their notebook, citing evidence of individual mastery

·      Create & ask teacher-made questions that match specific parts of the target

·      Ask students to provide illustrations, examples, etc. of target mastery

·      Use quick-writes, journal entries, and exit slips to assess learning in writing

·      Use a technology tool like Plickers, Kahoot, or Padlet to check for learning

TCRHS Literacy Team

 
 

Sample Learning Targets 

 History

 world history learning target

 

 

Arts

drama learning target

 

 

Science

earth science learning target
 
 
 
 
 

English

ELA Learning Targets  
 
 

 

CTE

 Foods Learning Target
 
 

Math

 
 
 math learning targets
 
 
 

PE

 
PE Learning Target  
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