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7. Reflecting on the information you have already

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin




It’s possible that there is already information that has been gathered about learners that will provide some understanding about their strengths and needs, for example,

  • enrolment data
  • assessment tasks that you have used already
  • reading behaviour that you have noticed

Take some time to review and and reflect on this information. Think about which of the three broad profiles learners belong to. Do you have learners in each of these groups?

This will shape the way you plan your approach to teaching, including the kind of information that you will need to gather from specific assessment tasks or procedures.



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