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Lesson Framework and Delivery Model

 

These tools provide an instructional framework and delivery model that will assist students in taking ownership of learning throughout the learning cycle.

Strategic Learning Model (341K PDF) -- Based on the 4MAT Learning system and the ITIP Model by Bernice McCarthy, this model describes that learning cycle and the strategic teaching method to guide students into learning.

For students to begin to take ownership of learning they will need to know:

• where they are going (learning target),
• what it looks like when they get there (performance of understanding/assessment) and the
• steps or process in reaching their goals (student "look-fors").

The student “Look-Fors” become the higher-order thinking, critical thinking that a student needs to reach the learning target. Once these are identified the instructor will model them, the student will practice them and use them for self-assessment in reaching the learning target.

The following information and tools are examples of how Students may ask and answer these questions throughout the learning process once they are modeled by the instructor.

The following are question stems for cognitive questioning:

The following are question stems for metacognitive questioning.

For more on metacognitive questioning and direction and examples on using these tools as student self-assessments, see Student Self-Assessment and Reflection.

 

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