In my new book, Humanizing Distance Learning, I have included a unit on identity that you can use with your students. See a copy of the unit here, along with lesson plans that use my 5-Question Lesson Planning Template.
Hover over the link above to download these goal-setting thinking maps, as referenced in Chapter 4 of Reclaiming Personalized Learning. These maps scaffold the process of goal-setting for your students, starting with identifying strengths and obstacles, and then turning those strengths and obstacles into actionable goals.
Looking to move away from meaningless grades and towards authentic feedback and assessment? Check out some of these templates (linked below), some of which are editable so you can make them your own. See my blog post that first mentions these templates here.
- Writing Reflection
- Math Reflection
- Writing Peer Feedback
- Yearly Math Reflection (make a copy and edit)
Complex Instruction Planning Templates
For use in the Annual Visible Learning Conference 2020, delivered virtually, use these template to anticipate the responses for an open-ended math task.
As shared in “Three Tips for Personalizing in a Pandemic” on July 6, please see these Small-Group Planning Templates. Use one axis for heterogeneous groupings and one axis for homogenous groupings.