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LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING

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LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING

This LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING display can be placed in a classroom or other learning space, to help prompt thinking or to be used for reflections.

This is a tried and tested resource with high quality, imaginative visual prompts that are respectful of difference in ability, age, gender and culture.

Included in the resource are some ideas about how to turn display style resources into inquiry teaching tools. These displays can also be used to support portfolio and student conference evidence and presentations.

The LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING display has been carefully illustrated to help you and your students collaboratively develop a shared language of learning.

This resource has been designed to help students self assess and reflect on their personal levels of understanding on different topics by helping them to

  • See (visible learning) that there are different levels of understanding about any particular event or experience
  • Develop a language of reflection and assessment that is relevant and useful to them so they can discuss with others their learning and understanding

Teachers can either use the benchmark guides for each level shared in this document or can collaboratively develop the benchmarks for each level with their class. It is up to the learning communities how they name each level. It is also important that students see that the levels merge and can be cyclical, rather than hierarchical.

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LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING

This LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING display can be placed in a classroom or other learning space, to help prompt thinking or to be used for reflections.

This is a tried and tested resource with high quality, imaginative visual prompts that are respectful of difference in ability, age, gender and culture.

Included in the resource are some ideas about how to turn display style resources into inquiry teaching tools. These displays can also be used to support portfolio and student conference evidence and presentations.

The LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING display has been carefully illustrated to help you and your students collaboratively develop a shared language of learning.

This resource has been designed to help students self assess and reflect on their personal levels of understanding on different topics by helping them to

  • See (visible learning) that there are different levels of understanding about any particular event or experience
  • Develop a language of reflection and assessment that is relevant and useful to them so they can discuss with others their learning and understanding

Teachers can either use the benchmark guides for each level shared in this document or can collaboratively develop the benchmarks for each level with their class. It is up to the learning communities how they name each level. It is also important that students see that the levels merge and can be cyclical, rather than hierarchical.

The LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING display includes images connected to the following levels of understanding

  • HEARD – Novice “I have heard about this and I am curious”
  • PRACTICED – Amateur “ I am starting out, can you help me?”
  • LEARNED – Apprentice “I feel confident in known situations”
  • MASTERED – Experienced “ I can do this myself. I use mistakes for new learning.
  • REAL WORLD – Technician “ I am confident using my ideas in different situations”
  • TEACH –Mentor “I understand this and can help someone else explore it”

BeConWiz will help you will find quality teacher-made resources and fresh ideas to get you and your students off to great start to school year or term.

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