Teaching & Learning cycle

Teaching and learning cycle

What is the teaching and learning cycle?

Embedded in all DET syllabus documents is an understanding that explicit and systematic teaching and learning will best occur when teachers follow the process articulated by the teaching and learning cycle.

The teaching and learning cycle represents the four stages that occur in the design and delivery of classroom tasks that incorporate an outcomes-based approach. The cycle has no start or end point, with each step informing the next. It is the process of gathering data and reflection that dictates where in the cycle you need to be operating.

What does the teaching and learning cycle look like?

Teaching and learning cycle

Visit each of the questions in the diagram above (by clicking on them or via the side menu) to learn more about each phase of the teaching/learning cycle. Start with the question Where are my students now? and work in a clockwise direction.

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Teaching & Learning cycle
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Where are my students now? How do I know when my students get there? What do I want my students to learn? How will my students get there? Where are my students now What do I want my students to learn? How do i know when my students get there? How will my students get there?