Today's education have made students meet higher and more complex expectations, particularly when expectations are measured and met with mandated assessments. In the same light, teachers face difficult challenges in providing appropriate interventions and in scaffolding student learning experiences to prepare them for future grade levels. When I was in school, I recall undergoing several testing moments that led to being conscious and worried about grades. There were limited opportunities where I experienced authentic and self-directed learning, and when it did happen, I noticed how more open I was in building better understanding.
When developing self-directed learners, it is important to teach them to be properly independent. Part of this teachable moment includes the use of meaningful rubrics that learners can relate with and understand. Below is an example of a rubric that can support self-directed learners by @awordonthird . More details can be found in this link, https://bit.ly/3vfh0Xv
Director Active Learning El Paso ISD. Social, Economic & Cultural Awareness. Equity in Education. Student & Woman Empowerment