Student autonomy is key in a competency based learning model, as students are asked to manage their own learning progress. Transferring ownership to students empowers them to set goals and reflect on their progress in a meaningful way. In coaching or a Virtual Workshop, participants will:
- Define how student autonomy leads to accountability, confidence, and academic and personal growth
- Explore systems for goal setting and reflection, such as self-assessment, student choice, and conferencing
- Build and get peer feedback on a sustainable, manageable plan to develop student autonomy
This topic is designed for teachers, coaches, and leaders to increase student autonomy through the process of goal setting and reflection.
- 2 hours
- Participants will need a computer with a camera, microphone and Internet access
I implement student goal setting and reflection strategies to build student autonomy.
- Understand the benefits of shifting from a deficit mindset to empowering students through goal setting by collaboratively investigating real life case studies
- Define how student autonomy in a competency based learning model leads to accountability, confidence, growth in students
- Explore sustainable and manageable systems for goal setting and reflection such as self-assessment, student choice, and conferencing
- Brainstorm ways to create systems of goal setting and reflection in different classroom settings using collaborative breakout rooms
- Build out a plan for developing a system of goal setting and reflection in their own classroom
- Get peer feedback on their plan in thought partnerships