logging in or signing up Goal Setting an Instructional Strategy casbrown Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 317 Category: Education License: Some Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: May 14, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description Goal setting is basically a strategy that is used to help the learner create self awareness and personal development. It is kind of like setting up imaginary markers for the students so that they can see where they are at, where they are going, and what it takes to get there. Included in the video is the role of educator, the students to do list, and an example of it’s use with 2 ‘must haves’ as resources for every educator. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Goal setting another Instructional Strategy: Goal setting another Instructional Strategy Course requirement for the 3250 PID Program @ Vancouver Community College Christine LauerAdvantages: Limitations : Advantages: Limitations to enhance self awareness creates personal development Positive reinforcement Limitations to this strategy is only set to what the expectations are of the student and the course requirements.Purpose: Purpose Spotlights Learning Stimulates Self awareness Encourages reflective Thinking Great technique for personal assessmentEducators TO DO LIST: Educators TO DO LIST Write out and Identify your educational goals in regards to what you want the students to learn through this strategy (for reference) Decide when you want to use this strategy and how you will monitor the students progressEducators Purpose: Educators Purpose Is that of a Facilitator ENCOURAGE the LEARNING the end result will speak for itself!!!Educators role: Educators role Help students generate and identify learning goalsEducators role: Educators role Help students prioritize their goals.Educators role: Educators role Be flexible in your teaching to accommodate students interestsEducators role: Educators role Provide guidance Educators role: Educators role Regulate goal achievements with assessments to engage realization and awarenessLearners To Do List: Learners To Do List To Prioritize goals by importance #1... #2... #3... Then prioritized based on difficulty and time needed to accomplish each goalLearners To Do List: Learners To Do List Break down each goal by reflecting on what resources, support structures, etc. may require to achieve this goal. Highlight which goal will be the greatest accomplishment and which one is just another day in the park.Example of this strategy: Example of this strategy Lesson: Baby Steps in computers Class size: 6 adult learners Strategy is introduced at the beginning and recapped at the end. (Pre and Post Assessments) A beginners course for adults who want to learn computers taught in a hands on environment with the use of actual material to stimulate the learning process.Teachers role Students role (to build confidence in computer (to reflect on their goals) use with basic computer skills): Teachers role Students role (to build confidence in computer (to reflect on their goals) use with basic computer skills) Verbally ask questions such as: What is one thing you really want to learn to do? What is two benefits you want from learning this new skill? How much do you know about computers ? What programs have you used on your computer? Students follow and write answer to questions based on their personal wants and needsTeachers role Students role (Recapping the overall learning (students to reflect lesson experience) achievements): Teachers role Students role (Recapping the overall learning (students to reflect lesson experience) achievements) Reflect on opening questions by verbally asking the students the same questions again but in a past tense way. Students again write their answers down and then compare the first list to last one. Then to verbally explain or write out their overall learning experience depending on their preference.Resources for instructional Strategies to help you....the educator... Motivate and engage students during the learning process: Resources for instructional Strategies to help you....the educator... Motivate and engage students during the learning process TGI Classroom Assessment Techniques by Angelo and Cross A Handbook for College Teachers (Angel & Cross, 1993, pp. 393-397) SET Student Engagement Techniques A handbook for College Faculty By Elizabeth F. Barkley (2010) You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.