CSV034 Student directed learning in year 10
CSV034 Student directed learning in year 10

Richard Maynard is a teacher at Seaford 6-12 School in South Australia. He has worked with his year ten English class since they were in year nine. Over the two year period, Richard has progressively skilled the students in taking greater responsibility for their learning.

In this case study, Richard and one of his students, Zac, describe the approach and methods used by the students to:

  • clearly define the curriculum outcomes using State curriculum standards documents
  • set individual learning goals
  • establish and refine quality criteria
  • design individual learning experiences
  • self-assess their learning
  • self-assess the quality of their own learning tasks
  • monitor and record progress.


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