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What are the three pillars of student learning? Empty What are the three pillars of student learning?

Sat Aug 21, 2021 4:28 pm
Student learning's three cornerstones. What kids learn is called content. Students learn through instruction. The way students are evaluated is through evaluation. These three pillars are translated into the online learning environment as follows:

Content. What pupils should know and be able to accomplish with that knowledge are known as content standards. Students get specific results as a result of their learning. To construct a course, start by establishing meaningful student outcomes, such as, "What do students need to know? So, where do we begin?"

Instruction. Class discussions, collaborative work via blogs and wikis, problem-solving, and projects are all examples of engaging learning activities. Begin by taking a holistic approach to unit planning to ensure that students have access to a diverse range of learning activities.

Evaluation. Assessments combined with instructor comments result in evaluation. Begin by ensuring that exams are tightly connected with student knowledge and skill, as well as delivering meaningful student feedback.

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Fri Nov 26, 2021 12:41 pm
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