lior naamati
Apr 5, 2018

The "WAZE" way to learn

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ways of integrating the Open Budget and the Next Jump – (next step of the student's progress) into the evaluating process and looked at it as a road map.

We put the focus on the transition between stages in the student's development in various areas: academic and personal development. The map aim is to reflect the student's abilities profile. The student will map his / her skills at the beginning of the course, define one or two goals / objectives in each category, including a timetable and milestones in the process, and how he knows that he has reached them. This process is similar to Manage by Goals (dividing the ultimate goal into sub-stages / small goals).

Using the tool will require the lecturers to build 4-5 assignments for the curse. These tasks will enable students to walk throughout the course in the path they choose, to take responsibility for their progress. This will make it possible to obtain a wider profile of the students in which they develop relative to themselves rather than to others.

The design side (game / map / squares/ with islands / colors etc.) of the tool will be built after we'll develop the categories. It will include:

1. Academic skills and knowledge and personal skills / qualities from which students can choose (including "other" - open);

2. A reference page of evaluation with semi-reflective questions for the lecturer and the student (there was also an idea of ​​using evaluation within a group according to these reference pages).

Catherine O Mahony
May 2, 2018

Hi Lior,

I like the maze - ways of learning link! The academic element is evident but perhaps if we also want to look at personal development we could look at personal motivations as well as skills at the beginning of the course? This would also help us align with the Universal Design for Learning guidelines with its emphasis on engaging the student and encouraging them to be self-regulated learners. http://udlguidelines.cast.org/

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