Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Examples of Visible Learning

Last term i blogged about the importance of visible learning in special education .(http://ssslaurencol.blogspot.co.nz/2017/09/visible-learning-in-special-education.html)
I thought i would share the different ways in which i make the learning visible in my classroom across different activities. My colleague, Donna also blogged about learning intentions recently and shared some wonderful examples of how other teachers at Sommerville Special School are making learning explicit for their students. The link to her blog is below.

1. Individualised work

2. Morning circle on the smartboard using visuals to convey meaning

3. Sharing Reading (using a colourful semantic colour prompt)

4. Reading log which goes home to parents to share their individual goals for reading

5. Learning boards (shared on a previous post http://ssslaurencol.blogspot.co.nz/2017/07/student-self-assessment.html)

6. Individual daily target (token economy)

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