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  • Leah Schmuker

    Objective board - LOVE the vocabulary clipboards! Also, I like the idea of the kids having a "My Learning Target Progress" notebook where they write the essential targets and track their progress with examples of their work as proof. Students bring them home every other week or so to share their progress with parents.

  • Kim Wallace

    Classroom organization

  • Jeanne Grelck

    Essential questions and common core Mrs. Blas' Class Blog: Pictures of the classroom

  • Allison Mohler-Jervis

    Mrs. Blas' Class Blog: This is the common board configuration (CBC) that will list daily objectives and essential questions.  Along the bottom is vocabulary for th...

  • kristen

    Mrs. Blas' Class Blog: August 2011 very cool bulletin board listing essential questions, learning objectives, and content area vocabulary

  • Alicia Mathis

    Subject, Essential Questions and Objective Board.... with vocabulary clipboards!

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Great way to display objectives/learning targets! Does nor take up a lot of space!

OBJECTIVES BOARD: I write the objectives in kid friendly language, draw a simple, circular web on the board and box or underline important concepts and words. Its clear and easy and everyone knows what we are doing! ...So simple.(just type subjects in a cool font and back with colored paper.. Its a keeper!

i love this way of displaying objectives in the classroom. making connections to real life is so key!

Objectives Board This is the first year I have used an daily agenda. I stole the circular pattern from my teaching teammate... She's awesome!. I combined it with the learning objectives... so its an objective agenda board! Thats a mouthful! I write the objectives in "kid friendly language" and box or underline important concepts and words. It's clear and easy and everyone knows what we are doing! ...So simple... Its a keeper!

I like the "I'll know I've got it when" section...have students eventually fill this out on their own.

I can board. Would 100% use this in my classrooms so students know what they are doing for the day and also helps administrators and parents see what the objectives are for the day. Much better than having plain objectives written across the board.

Really like the break down of the objective board.This could easily be modified for beginning of therapy session sheets with teens. Would be good to use the dry erase board so the teen can see it throughout session.

Essential Questions in Teaching and Learning...gonna make my own poster with this that doesn't look like saved by the bell!

I love this idea- thinking about the big picture and letting the students know

I would love to use this in my classroom so the children can see what they are supposed to be learning. How do you use learning targets in class?