Teaching Backwards: Defining and De-mystifying the Destination
At the heart of teaching backwards is a thinking process that requires teachers to plan and teach backwards from a clear and well defined destination. This destination could be a model of a high quality piece of work that shows learners exactly what standard they are expected to have achieved by the end of a learning module or it could be a clear and compelling description of the attitudes, skills, and habits (the ASH part of KASH) that the class are expected to be demonstrating by the end of the school year, as Andy explains in the video below…
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