Goal-Directed Learning, Adaptation Level
Purposeful use of tools to plan and monitor; some student choice and exploration
Students. Students independently use technology to set goals, plan, monitor, evaluate, and reflect upon specific activities. Students explore the use of the technology tools for these purposes.
Teacher. The teacher selects the technology tools and clearly integrates them into the lesson. The teacher facilitates students’ independent use of the technology tools to set goals, plan, monitor progress, evaluate outcomes, and reflect upon learning activities. The teacher may provide guidance in breaking down tasks.
Setting. The setting includes access to a variety of technology tools, allowing students some choice in how they set goals, plan, monitor, evaluate, and reflect upon their work.
Video Lesson Examples
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