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Learning Targets are the key to giving students effective feedback. After our chat last week (on episode 29) we discussed how we must be clear what we will be giving students feedback on. This week is the answer to that challenge-- learning targets and criteria can help you develop that clairty so your feedback is effective & useful for your studnets to actually apply to their learning! In this episode you will honestly chat about:
- what a learning target is
- learning target examples to help you create your own
- examples of how I use this practice with my own students
🚃 Fun fact!! I live in Chicago, right next to the train. You'll hear it a few times in the recording 🚂
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