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Setting Instructional Outcomes - Chapter Summary
With these lessons, you'll develop an understanding of how to set clear, balanced instructional outcomes for your students. You'll explore:
- How to use value, sequence and alignment to set outcomes
- Ways to set coherent and equitable instructional outcomes
- Methods for establishing outcomes for diverse learners
Our instructors strive to keep the learning experience enjoyable and effective. You'll find engaging examples of the concepts being described in each lesson. You can take self-assessment quizzes along the way to apply what you've learned.
How It Helps
- Promotes awareness: You'll understand how to accurately set instructional outcomes for your students.
- Provides tools: You can use the examples as a way to set your own outcomes in your classroom.
- Enhances student outcomes: By knowing how to establish appropriate outcomes for your students, you'll be setting them up for successful learning.
In this chapter, you'll discover:
- Explanations and examples of clear and balanced instructional outcomes
- How to set outcomes for a classroom full of students with diverse learning styles
- Ways to use value, sequence and alignment to establish your instructional outcomes
1. Setting Instructional Outcomes Based on Value, Sequence & Alignment
This lesson describes three of the key areas to consider when developing a strong educational outcome: value, sequence, and alignment. Learn how to spot good outcomes and how to tweak weaker ones.
2. Setting Clear Instructional Outcomes: Overview & Examples
This lesson gives an overview of how to bring greater clarity to instructional outcomes. You'll learn strategies to move from unsatisfactory outcomes to ones that best support student learning.
3. Setting Balanced Instructional Outcomes: Explanation & Examples
In this lesson, you'll learn how to set balanced instructional outcomes. You'll also review examples of different types of knowledge, and find out how to integrate outcomes with other educational goals.
4. Setting Instructional Outcomes for Diverse Learners
In this lesson, you'll find out what is meant by the term diverse learners and how to differentiate instruction to meet a variety of needs. You'll learn how to make sure all students absorb the material they're given.
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Other chapters within the Using Danielson's Framework for Teaching in the Classroom course
- Introduction to Danielson's Framework for Teaching
- Knowledge of Content & Pedagogy
- Student Development & Learning
- Designing Instruction & Assesssments
- Creating & Managing a Classroom Environment
- Managing Student Behavior & Communication
- Using Questioning & Discussion Techniques in Teaching
- Engaging Students in the Learning Process
- Flexible, Responsive & Reflective Teaching
- Maintaining Accurate Records in the Classroom
- Communicating with Students' Families
- Growing & Developing Professionally as an Educator