Goal-Directed Learning, Infusion Level
Flexible and seamless use of tools to plan and monitor
Students. Students regularly use technology independently to set goals, plan activities, monitor progress, evaluate results, and reflect upon learning activities. The students may choose from a variety of technologies when working on self-directed goals.
Teacher. The teacher creates a learning context in which students regularly use technology tools to set goals, plan, monitor, evaluate outcomes, and reflect upon learning activities. The teacher facilitates students’ choice and independent use of technology tools to accomplish these tasks.
Setting. The setting includes a rich variety of technology tools to allow students many choices in how they set goals, plan, monitor, evaluate, and reflect upon their work.
Video Lesson Examples
Graphics representing the Goal-Directed Infusion cell, the Goal-Directed TIM levels, the TIM, and many other related resources are available from the TIM Graphics page in the Resources section.