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==Assessing Students Abilities ==
 
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Assess students current abilities by completing this [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YBatFyF5KbUFAQ5Tj_41LS3cVbIGESuFNcDMhNTxOTM/edit?usp=sharing reflection] form on their abilities. Since this is a Google Doc please make a copy for yourself.
  
 
==Creating Strategies Based On Students Abilities==
 
==Creating Strategies Based On Students Abilities==
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Now you will [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zthB9u4StmA-CkxpSr8hBpOdM_lelfTsDMS2kbHRAvw/edit?usp=sharing collaborate] with others by sharing and reflecting on each other's resources and ideas for strategies that can support students abilities.
  
 
==Navigation==
 
==Navigation==

Latest revision as of 14:00, 18 April 2019

Objective

Participants will be able to analyze how much assistance to give to students given a checklist about their students’ abilities and skills.

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Track Your Learning

Assess where you are at thus far in the unit by using the Promoting Student Autonomy in the Classroom Scale Remember to use the copy you made in Lesson 1.

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Assessing Students Abilities

Assess students current abilities by completing this reflection form on their abilities. Since this is a Google Doc please make a copy for yourself.

Creating Strategies Based On Students Abilities

Now you will collaborate with others by sharing and reflecting on each other's resources and ideas for strategies that can support students abilities.

Navigation

Go on to Lesson 4: How can I construct a unit promoting student autonomy in the classroom?

Return to Promoting Student Autonomy in the Classroom

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