Teacher perspectives: learning intentions
CommentIn the video, Martin explains that he doesn’t always share his deeper learning goal, with the learning intention shared with students being different from the intention he has in his mind.Should teachers always share the learning goal with their students? If not, can you think of examples and why not sharing the learning goal is the best for the learners. Add your thoughts in the comments below.
Planning for Learning: Formative Assessment
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