Essential Question: How do I intentionally include students as active participants in my feedback practices?
This learning set focuses on how to approach feedback interactions with students as powerful partners rather than bystanders in their own work. Habits of Mind serve as a set of dispositions to expand the definition of conversation in on-site and virtual communication.
The goal is to develop feedback practices and Habits of Mind that are clear, actionable, and compelling motivators for students.
This Learning Set Includes:
- Brief videos from authors to orient the learner to each episode
- Framed by compelling, essential questions, purposeful goal, and concise overview
- Organized in three learning episodes with clearly stated learning targets that build on one another
- A Companion Guide with rich text and visuals
- Housed on Learner Management System (Thinkific) to promote ease of use
What Are Learning Sets?
Learning Sets are an invitational approach to modern learning design manageable, compelling, and actionable. While we originally developed this template for students, we saw an immediate application to reimagine professional development experiences. Each learning set has an inherent storyline and is laid out in episodes with targeted actions to engage, examine, & demonstrate with corresponding tools, tasks, and resources. The deliberate use of iconography, ease of navigation, and a downloadable companion guide support the learner throughout the learning set.