A culture of thinking and learning to improve student achievement.
Research has repeatedly shown that instruction based on student learning (rather than rote memorization and test taking) has a greater impact on individual and classroom performance—including standardized test scores.
Learning 360 Framework Participant’s Guide
by School Improvement Network
About this Lumibook
Learning 360 Framework is a powerful student-learning framework based on key teacher effectiveness research. Teachers use learning targets created from Common Core and other state standards and engage students in high-level thinking so they can demonstrate their understanding in meaningful ways.
The Learning 360 Framework Participant’s Guide shows how to:
- Apply alignment as a filter to evaluate given examples of school and classroom practices and explain whether those examples are aligned with a school’s goals and destination.
- Create opportunities for students to connect what they are doing daily in class to the question, “Why are we in school?”
- Guide students to create a clear picture of what a good learner is and ways to gain those attributes.
- Compare the design of a traditional planning format to the Learning 360 Framework.
- Explain similarities and differences and give an example of how and why the results of two lesson design approaches differ.
- Model for students a variety of instructional strategies or “Triggers” and engage them in higher level thinking while learning curriculum content.
- Evaluate how the “big picture of student learning” impacts student motivation.
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