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Bloom’s revised Taxonomy with verbs

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I love this! Our class is really working on transitions. We do great until we have to move! Going to lunch, specials, even to the rug! *sigh* Hopefully something like this will help! We can use it for academic goals too!

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Objective board - I really like the "I know I've got it when..." aspect. It's more kid-friendly language and lets the kids know ahead of time what they need to be able to do to have mastered the content of the lesson!

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Objective Board - I absolutely love the idea of this board. It leaves no questions or doubts. The student writes out what they are trying to accomplish, the significance of the accomplishment, and how they know they have succeeded. This gives them motivation and reason for why they are doing what they're doing! Now, where do I have the room for this?

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Use a pocket chart for middle school! Low-Tech way to keep the day's objectives in sight! Impresses visitors to your classroom. Let's say your principal asks a student, "What are you learning today?" He or she can answer with a glance!

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Learning Objectives display shows the WHAT of learning (the objectives), the WHY of learning (connection to overall Unit understanding) and the HOW of learning (indicators of success).

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