Creating effective student learning objectives is an important part of the T-TESS process and teacher evaluations. Learning objectives give your students a clear pathway to meeting their educational goals, and they help you as a teacher create engaging lessons that have measurable results. In this course presented by Responsive Learning, you’ll learn about the different elements that make up student learning objectives.
After taking this course, you’ll have a solid understanding of:
- What student learning objectives are
- How teachers are evaluated using learning objectives
- What learning objectives mean for students
- The process of creating learning objectives in your classroom
Responsive Learning is a company passionate about empowering Educators. They collaborate with experienced professionals to provide engaging, quality professional development (PD) for teachers, administrators, counselors, and paraeducators. Their mission is to make it easy to foster lifelong learning, create connections, and instill positive growth in teachers and students alike.
Nora – PHARR-SAN JUAN-ALAMO ISD (verified owner) –
Gives a good guideline to focus when creating SLOs
TOMASA – SAN FELIPE-DEL RIO CISD (verified owner) –
I think this course can be rated with 5 stars. It was beneficial.
Jennifer – WACO ISD (verified owner) –
Patricia – HUMBLE ISD (verified owner) –
I disagree that “What Did I learn?” being a correct answer choice (in the quiz) when the question asked was about Phase 1 (Creating an SLO) process. “What Did I Learn?” was discussed in the course as pertaining to Phase 3. Why would you choose “What did I learn?” in relation to Phase 1 when it is Phase 3 that gives instructors an opportunity to evaluate and reflect over the SLO process? Bad question (which kept me from getting a 100 on the quiz). When things like this happen, I have to admit it leaves a bad taste in my mouth (figuratively speaking) and makes me question the test writer.
Janine – Alief ISD (verified owner) –
I would like to see some examples of SLOs embedded. It’s too abstract just giving the other information.
Jessica – Alief ISD (verified owner) –
Kevin – Alief ISD (verified owner) –
A good overview of what a SLO is.
Jhenssy – Alief ISD (verified owner) –
The course had important information about the purpose of the learning objectives, and the process to create them.
Natalie – Alief ISD (verified owner) –
Lizbeth – Alief ISD (verified owner) –
This course is very informative, and I feel confident on the process of the SLO.