Making curriculum decisions related to students' learning loss is on every educator's mind—both addressing immediate concerns and prioritizing learning as education and a need for innovation continues moving forward. To discuss your needs and concerns, contact Janet to schedule a free virtual meeting.
Making learning visible is a 21st century (modern) pedagogical and heutagogical movement.
Documenting learning, which includes a need to make thinking about the learning process visible, meaningful, shareable, and amplified—provides students and teachers, as active learners, with an interconnected, metacognitive approach for creating evidence of one’s learning. Doing so aids students, teachers, and administrators in owning their own learning process, as well as assisting others in their learning growth.
There is a critical thinking sophistication involved when someone makes choices about what is truly worth capturing as evidence of his or her learning, and reflects on how to best convey that to an intended audience, including contemplating questions such as:
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