"Teachers should share and clarify the learning intentions of the lesson(s) so that students are engaged, understand, and can picture their goals.”
Practical strategies for:
- Making intentions accessible
- Engaging learners
- Involving students in the process
- Using intrigue, mystery and curiosity to start lessons
8 Principles for Great Teaching - Principle 1, Clear Learning Intentions
Once payment is received, we will authorize you to download a single copy of the electronic publication. If you download, you agree that your installation and use of the electronic publication indicates your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. You may print and reuse extracts from the electronic publication in accordance with the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, where these provisions do not conflict with these Terms and Conditions. You may make copies of the product within the school or college in which you work. You must not copy, distribute or make the product available to others outside of this institution.