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Learning Questions and Success Criteria...any advice?

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by Lottes, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. Lottes

    Lottes New commenter

    Have a look at this...
    Success criteria - how will they show what they've learnt?... not necessarily steps/ tasks or activities, but the <u>skills</u> that have been employed.
    If this doesn't help, post an example of what's been criticised and I'll try and re-phrase for you?
    You'll get there!

  2. Ask the person who told you that they are not right. If all they are saying is "these aren't right" then that is NOT feedback, and if that person is your mentor then they're not doing their job properly.

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