PATHWAY 2 DEFINITIONS

Student Motivation:
Why would the student be interested in this lesson? What is the connection to the material?


Learning Target:
Subparts of the objective or standard. Measurable achievement expectations of what a student can do. (i.e. "I can" statements.)


Criteria for Success:
Identify what students need to do during the learning process to meet the learning targets. Provide an understanding of what quality work looks like.


Supplies:
Materials used by both the teacher and student.


Learning Tasks and Practice:
Includes in and out of class activities, as well as individual and group learning opportunities.


Technological Engagement:
Technology used by both the teacher and student including active and passive uses. Includes possible technological alternatives.


Collecting/ Documenting Evidence of Learning:
Ways to allow students to show what they have learned based on the learning target(s) and criteria for success. Strategies to collect evidence of learning are not graded. Ways to record evidence of student learning.


Teacher Reflection of learning:
A process that helps teachers think about what happened, why it happened, and what else could have been done to reach the goals during and after instruction.


Student Self-Reflection:
What opportunities are students given to reflect on their learning in relation to the set learning targets.


Action Steps:
What steps are taken when students have not met instructional goals? For students who have met instructional goals?


Feedback/Instructional Adjustments
What opportunities for insight into feedback are evident in the lesson? How is the lesson adjusted based on the feedback?


Extended Learning Opportunities:
Includes enrichment, remediation, or extension learning opportunities.