What is Learnership?

Learnership combines the words and meanings of the words “learner” and “ownership.” Together, they embody the elevation of learning to learner ownership. Someone who has true learnership is one who self-directs, self-evaluates, self-reflects, and self-controls their own learning. We are posting new articles every week so make it your routine to check-in frequently. Or, subscribe to The Learnership Review and receive monthly emails so you never miss a thing.

Decisions that Help Us Motivate Students Each and Every Day

In this article you will learn…

  • The metacognitive side of learning builds students’ motivation, pushes them to higher academic growth, and develops their ownership of their own learning.
  • That to build motivation and learnership, teachers need to plan instruction using a focused Learning Model every day and in every lesson.
  • Teachers utilizing a Learning Model will be supporting their students in knowing what they are learning, why they are learning it, how they will learn it, how they will show they have learned it, and how they will continue to use what they learned.

The Five Steps to Mastering a Skill

In this article, you will learn...

  • The benefits of proactive planning.
  • The five phases of the Mastery Sequence.
  • How to leverage the phases of the Mastery Sequence when planning and teaching to empower students to own their learning.

How Principals Can Support Their Teachers in Monitoring Learning Recovery

In this article you will learn…

  • Teachers need a reflective data analysis protocol, and it is a principal’s job, to ensure that they not only have it, but they also understand its value and how to fully utilize it.
  • There are two main things a principal must do to ensure their teachers recognize the value of a reflective data analysis protocol: set the context and provide ample time for reflection.
  • What setting the context and providing ample time looks like with teachers using a reflective data analysis protocol for the first time.

The Benefit for Students when Teachers Collaborate

In this article you will learn…

  • That when teachers engage in a collaborative experience that includes designing a lesson together, observing lesson delivery, and debriefing with affirming and constructive reflection, then insights are gained, skills are refined, and students benefit.
  • The purpose of collaborative planning and reflection is to support each teacher in designing a student-centered lesson, assessing the success of that lesson, and articulating their own decision-making before, during, and after the lesson.
  • Questions to drive collaborative planning and reflection. 

How to Ensure Student Success with an Integrated Literacy Unit

In this article you will learn…

  • It is critical that students have a clear roadmap for what they will be learning, how they will learn it, and how they will demonstrate their new learning. In an integrated literacy unit that roadmap is a standards-based writing prompt and scoring guide.
  • Students will be more confident when they understand what they are expected to produce—the prompt—and what high quality looks like—the scoring guide.
  • What makes an effective writing prompt, what makes an effective scoring guide, and the sequence of an integrated literacy unit.

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