A Capacity Matrix is a visual learning tool created by David Langford and Myron Tribus. It helps the learner to connect with the curriculum. Students understand what they need to know understand and be able to do. The learner and teacher use the matrix to monitor progress towards meaningful learning goals. These have been shown to have a major effect on learning (John Hattie (Visible Learning) and Robert Marzano (MCREL)). This guide is a comprehensive reference that describes the creation and use of Capacity Matrices. Publisher: QLA pdf 28 pages full colour 297mm x 210 mm.
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