Lea, K. (2013). Meaningful connections: Objectives and standards . Edutopia. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/meaningful-connections-objectives-and-standards-karen-lea
HINTS AND TIPS: WRITING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
I have noticed that writing objectives tends to take some time in mastering (believe me, been there, done that) and I wanted to provide you all with a resource that walks you through the process: http://www.bu.edu/cme/forms/RSS_forms/tips_for_writing_objectives.pdf
Complete the first part of the question about the difference between a learning standard and learning objective. Be sure to refer to the LeFranois text to support your response. Then please use the following as you complete the last part of your discussion and here is an exemplar below.
I am using Virginia Science State Standards for the exemplar, but you are expected to select one of the standards from Karen Lea’s blog. http://www.edutopia.org/blog/meaningful-connections-objectives-and-standards-karen-lea
VA Science Standard:
SOL 2.3: The student will investigate and understand basic properties of solids, liquids, and gases. Key concepts include
a) identification of distinguishing characteristics of solids, liquids, and gases;
Here is a video to help you with writing learning objectives:
Students will complete an exit ticket where they will draw an example of each state of matter and write one word to describe the characteristics (**You can see here how I used one assessment to assess both learning objectives).
Here is a link to a variety of formative assessments or assessments FOR learning that you might want to consider choosing from when developing your assessment:
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