Monday, October 3, 2016

Feedback is a huge part of the 
Learner-Centered Classroom.
Check out these articles about giving feedback.

Capacity Matrices: Examples & Overview
As Quality Learning Australia points out:
A Capacity Matrix is a tool to describe, document and monitor our learning. It allows us to clearly identify what is it we wish to learn, derived from the curriculum and student interests, and then track learning over time. It can be very effectively used with the Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) cycle and supported with a portfolio that provides evidence of our learning. Capacity Matrices are also used for self-assessment as well as peer assessment.