Foundations of Teaching for Learning: Planning for Teaching and Learning

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About this course: This course will help you consider how to develop appropriate learning goals for individual and groups of students. You will learn how to plan learning activities to engage your students in ways that will achieve these goals.

Created by:  Commonwealth Education Trust
  • Taught by:  Dr Judy Halbert, Co-director of the Centre for Innovative Educational Leadership

    Vancouver Island University, British Columbia, Canada
  • Taught by:  Dr Linda Kaser, Co-director of the Centre for Innovative Educational Leadership

    Vancouver Island University, British Columbia, Canada
  • Taught by:  Professor John MacBeath, Professor Emeritus

    University of Cambridge, …

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When you enroll for courses through Coursera you get to choose for a paid plan or for a free plan

  • Free plan: No certicification and/or audit only. You will have access to all course materials except graded items.
  • Paid plan: Commit to earning a Certificate—it's a trusted, shareable way to showcase your new skills.

About this course: This course will help you consider how to develop appropriate learning goals for individual and groups of students. You will learn how to plan learning activities to engage your students in ways that will achieve these goals.

Created by:  Commonwealth Education Trust
  • Taught by:  Dr Judy Halbert, Co-director of the Centre for Innovative Educational Leadership

    Vancouver Island University, British Columbia, Canada
  • Taught by:  Dr Linda Kaser, Co-director of the Centre for Innovative Educational Leadership

    Vancouver Island University, British Columbia, Canada
  • Taught by:  Professor John MacBeath, Professor Emeritus

    University of Cambridge, UK
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Syllabus


WEEK 1


Mindsets for Learning and Teaching



This is our first week together and we are pleased you have decided to participate in this course focused on planning for teaching and learning. This week we will discuss developing a growth mindset and setting goals as a planning professional. We will also explore the importance of working from a model of learning when planning for teaching. We encourage you to be curious in your approach to planning for teaching and learning.


5 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction to Course 5
  2. Lecture: Syllabus
  3. Lecture: Grading and Logistics
  4. Lecture: Portfolio
  5. Lecture: FAQ
  6. Lecture: Outline for Week One
  7. Video: Lecture 1: Introduction to mindsets for Teaching and Learning
  8. Video: Lecture 2: Moral Purpose, Mindset and Hard Goals
  9. Video: Lecture 3: Learning Models
  10. Video: Lecture 4: Inquiry and Professional Learning Designs

Graded: Quiz 1

WEEK 2


What Do We Know About Teaching and Learning



In this week you will think about your planning from three perspectives: considering, reflecting, and understanding. You will use these three perspectives to better understand how you can use learning principles to incorporate different worldviews into your teaching. We are going to ask you to think about how you could weave together practices from these three perspectives in your own setting.


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  1. Lecture: Outline for Week Two
  2. Video: Lecture 1: Weaving the Ways: Wise, Strong and New
  3. Video: Lecture 2: Learning Principles
  4. Video: Lecture 3: Assessment for Learning
  5. Video: Lecture 4: A Focus on Feedback
  6. Video: Interview 1

Graded: Quiz 2
Graded: Peer Assessment 1

WEEK 3


Four Key Questions and Why They Matter



In this week we introduce four key questions. The questions are diagnostic tools that can tell you how successful you are at giving your students clear expectations and providing them with good feedback. In this week’s lectures, readings and videos you will be provided with examples of how a range of schools are using these questions to focus their learning. We encourage you and your professional planning partner to design you own ways of using these questions in your school or setting.


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  1. Lecture: Outline for Week Three
  2. Video: Lecture 1: Social and Emotional Connections
  3. Video: Lecture 2: Learners Owning Their Own Learning
  4. Video: Lecture 3: Key Questions in Action
  5. Video: Lecture 4: Taking and Inquiry Stance in Planning for Teaching and Learning

Graded: Quiz 3

WEEK 4


Spirals of Inquiry for Planning and Teaching



Week four follows the pattern we have set in the first three weeks. This week we explore how you can inform and deepen your planning for teaching and learning by engaging in a specific inquiry cycle. All of the lectures this week focus on the various phases or stages of the spiral of inquiry. The spiral of inquiry asks us to start with the experiences of our learners and to continually ask ourselves these questions: What’s going on for our learners? How do we know? Why does it matter?


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  1. Lecture: Outline for Week Four
  2. Video: Lecture 1: Spirals of Inquiry: An Introduction
  3. Video: Lecture 2: Spirals of Inquiry: Scanning and Focussing
  4. Video: Lecture 3: Spirals of Inquiry: Developing a Hunch and New Professional Learning
  5. Video: Lecture 4: Spirals of Inquiry: Taking Action and Checking
  6. Video: Interview two

Graded: Quiz 4
Graded: Peer Assessment 2

WEEK 5


Teacher Professional Learning



As teachers, we usually think about planning from the perspective of how we can better teach our students. This week we are going to focus on planning for the learning needs of the adults in our schools. One of the most important findings from the research on teacher professional learning is that it must be tied to the learning needs of the students. We are going to provide you with some practical examples of what this might look like. By the end of this week you will know how to apply current research knowledge to your own professional learning and planning. We hope that you will continue to reflect on new forms of ongoing professional learning as part of your teaching life.


4 videos, 1 reading expand


  1. Lecture: Outline for Week Five
  2. Video: Lecture 1: Teacher Professional Learning: Professional Learning is Core Business
  3. Video: Lecture 2: A Focus on Learner Needs and Highly Engaging Adult Learning
  4. Video: Lecture 3: Adult Learning is Frequent and Focused
  5. Video: Lecture 4: 'Open to Learning' Conversations are a Way of Life

Graded: Quiz 5

WEEK 6


Innovation and Change



This is the final week of this course and we appreciate your perseverance! This week you are going to have the opportunity to think about designing more innovative learning environments for young people. You will see how teachers are planning intellectually and socially engaging practices for learners. You will also extend your thinking about the growth mindset by exploring the notions of perseverance and grit, a quality that is highly correlated with adult success. As well, you are going to think about the important role that both trusting relationships and professional networks play in your development as a teacher. We encourage you to think about the ways in which you are contributing to strengthening relational trust in your settings.


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  1. Lecture: Outline for Week Six
  2. Video: Lecture 1: Innovative Learning Environments
  3. Video: Lecture 2: Innovative Learning Environments - Case Studies for Consideration
  4. Video: Lecture 3: Grit and Perseverance - for Learners and Teachers
  5. Video: Lecture 4: Mindsets, Trust, Networking and Impact on Learners
  6. Video: Interview 3

Graded: Quiz 6

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