Burwood PS presentation. Click here to download
In the video, Dylan Wiliam wonders or not whether every lesson should begin with the sharing of a Learning Intention.
Old Guildford PS Presentation Click here to download
RESOURCES FOR LEARNING INTENTIONS
The starting place for lesson planning is the learning intention, or the statement of what students are expected to learn from the lesson. Below is a short article by John Hattie, "Visible Learning Starts with Teacher Clarity", illustrating the use of learning intentions in Mathematics. Click here to download
Dylan Wiliam uses the term learning intentions to describe "what it is students can do as a result of engaging in educational activities. Learning intentions describes the things we want our students to learn". One of the common things we find in our round observations is that a great many students confuse the context with the learning. This is illustrated above.
Enfield PS presentation. Click here to download
Our network members reflected on the Enfield presentation and debriefed with a Hook, Line, Sinker protocol. Here's what we thought