323.000.IN - Co-constructing Criteria for Success
Co-constructing criteria is an incredibly powerful learning and assessment process; it invites voice and builds ownership. This course focuses on ways to co-construct and use criteria with learners, so that a shared and common understanding of quality emerges.
What are the features of this course?
✔ Comprehensive learning experience that provides an engaging examination of Co-constructing Criteria for Sucess
✔ Combines theoretical perspectives and proven, practical strategies that can be immediately implemented in all learning environments
✔ Information, materials, and explanations are clearly presented
✔ Ideas are accessible and easily understood
✔ User-friendly and easy to follow
✔ High quality classroom footage brings the ideas to life
✔ System alignment can be achieved when teacher and leader sections are considered together
✔ Appeals to different adult learning styles, with opportunities to read, view, listen, and take action
✔ Clear suggestions for processing the learning are included
✔ Self-paced and easily differentiated or personalized by the learner
✔ Customizable to your needs - elementary plus leader (JK-7), secondary plus leader (7-12), or JK-12
- Overview video and statement
- Learning Goals and Resources
- Introductory video (transcript included)
- Video - Learning in Hybrid/Blended and Online/Remote Learning
- Video – Elementary Focus (transcript included)
- Video – Secondary Focus (transcript included)
- Video – Leader Focus (transcript included)
- Classroom Footage
- Selected Readings
- Debriefing the Learning
- Extending the Learning and Taking Action
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
*and much more.
“I consider the connect2learning team to be the best in the business.”
Marc Champagne, Executive Director,
Commission scolaire Francophone du Yukon
"The course definitely has very practical examples and supports for Hybrid and Virtual learning, which I think is going to be greatly helpful for educators."
7-12 Math Facilitator, Student Achievement and Curriculum Department