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Setting & Monitoring Student Goals - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, short lessons cover the monitoring and setting of student goals for you to review at your convenience. Our self-paced lessons address smart goals, instructional outcomes and progress monitoring, plus much more. When finished with this chapter, you should be able to do the following:
- Discuss the evaluation of outcome-based education
- Provide examples of smart goals for students
- Understand how to set instructional outcomes for diverse learners
- Successfully monitor the progress of students on an individual basis
Take a look at these interesting lessons on your mobile phone, tablet or computer at any time that is convenient for you. We've included a quiz with each lesson so that you can test yourself before an exam or ensure you've understood what you've just learned. It's easy to monitor your pace through the Dashboard and submit any questions you might have to one of our helpful instructors.
1. Outcome-Based Education: Steps & Evaluation
The simplest way to measure learning effectiveness is to ask, 'What will the students actually be able to do when they're finished learning?' In this lesson we'll discuss typical steps for achievement and evaluation in the outcome-based approach.
2. SMART Goals for Students: Definition and Examples
Educators often need to write SMART goals for their students. This lesson will introduce you to the components of SMART goals so that you can improve your goal-writing skills by writing goals that are SMART.
3. 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.
4. Monitoring the Progress of Individual Students
In order to plan instruction for students, teachers must first have a solid idea of student skill level. This lesson explains methods for monitoring and recording the progress of individual students and shows how it is applied in a classroom.
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