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Student AKO
Survey
Teacher As Inquiry | Level 1 English
Department Inquiry:
How does the use of AKO and mentoring / facilitating at
senior le...
Student AKO
Survey Questions
Term 3
(Week 2)
The following slides provide:
1. A brief summary of the results of the
Term 3 Survey
2. A comparative analysis of the Term...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
1. WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND “AKO” TO BE?
Correct (76%) Incorrect (24%)
19 6
Correct (76%)
Incorrect (2...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
2. What level of thinking does the 1st storey
of the “3 storey intellect” refer to?
Correct (52%) Pa...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
3. What level of thinking does the 2nd storey of
the “3 storey intellect” refer to?
Correct (52%) Pa...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
4. What level of thinking does the 3rd storey of
the “3 storey intellect” refer to?
Correct (52%) Pa...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
5. Identifying the correct level of thinking a
Learning Intention is requiring of them…
Correct (40%...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
6. Identifying the correct level of thinking a
Success Criteria is requiring of them…
Correct (52%) ...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
7. Identifying the correct level of thinking a
Learning Intention is requiring of them…
Correct (56%...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
8. Identifying the level of thinking a part of an
exam question is asking of them…
Correct (36%) Inc...
TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS
9. Students understanding what they need to
do to get excellence
Correct (56%) Incorrect (44%)
14 11...
Here is a chart comparing the results of
Term 2’s Survey and Term 3’s Survey…
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Reflection on Results
Comparing the data from Term 2 and Term 3
doesn’t provide very positive results.
If I was to just go...
The results of the “essay question instructional guide”
exercise can be viewed on my blog…
CLICK HERE: https://goo.gl/U3Pw...
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Term 3 Survey Analysis & Comparison

  1. 1. Student AKO Survey
  2. 2. Teacher As Inquiry | Level 1 English Department Inquiry: How does the use of AKO and mentoring / facilitating at senior levels improve results? This document focuses on tracking the understanding of my Level 1 English class of AKO and Solo Taxonomy. I conducted in Week 2 of Term 3 a similar survey to the one I conducted in Term 2 with this class. The students answered about ten questions this time, testing their understanding of the terms AKO, the levels of thinking and corresponding “learning language” of the SOLO Taxonomy and Three Storey Intellect and their ability to link this to Learning Intentions, Success Criteria and Essay Questions. I.e. a. Are they able to understand what an essay question is asking them to do? a. Are they able to read a Learning Intention or essay question and identify what level of thinking/thinking skills are required of them?
  3. 3. Student AKO Survey Questions Term 3 (Week 2)
  4. 4. The following slides provide: 1. A brief summary of the results of the Term 3 Survey 2. A comparative analysis of the Term 2 and Term 3 survey 3. Possible insights gained/strategies going forward
  5. 5. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 1. WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND “AKO” TO BE? Correct (76%) Incorrect (24%) 19 6 Correct (76%) Incorrect (24%)
  6. 6. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 2. What level of thinking does the 1st storey of the “3 storey intellect” refer to? Correct (52%) Partly Right (36%) Incorrect (4%) 13 9 1 Correct (52%) Partly Right (36%) Incorrect (4%)
  7. 7. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 3. What level of thinking does the 2nd storey of the “3 storey intellect” refer to? Correct (52%) Partly Right (48%) Incorrect (0%) 13 12 1 Correct (52%) Partly Right (48%) Incorrect (0)
  8. 8. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 4. What level of thinking does the 3rd storey of the “3 storey intellect” refer to? Correct (52%) Partly Right (44%) Incorrect (4%) 13 11 1 Correct (52%) Partly Right (44%) Incorrect (4%)
  9. 9. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 5. Identifying the correct level of thinking a Learning Intention is requiring of them… Correct (40%) Incorrect (60%) 10 15 Correct (40%) Incorrect (60%)
  10. 10. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 6. Identifying the correct level of thinking a Success Criteria is requiring of them… Correct (52%) Incorrect (48%) 13 12 Correct (52%) Incorrect (48%)
  11. 11. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 7. Identifying the correct level of thinking a Learning Intention is requiring of them… Correct (56%) Incorrect (44%) 14 11 Correct (56%) Incorrect (44%)
  12. 12. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 8. Identifying the level of thinking a part of an exam question is asking of them… Correct (36%) Incorrect (64%) 9 16 Correct (36%) Incorrect (64%)
  13. 13. TERM 3 SURVEY RESULTS 9. Students understanding what they need to do to get excellence Correct (56%) Incorrect (44%) 14 11 Correct (56%) Incorrect (44%)
  14. 14. Here is a chart comparing the results of Term 2’s Survey and Term 3’s Survey… 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% "AKO" Meaning 1st storey level of thinking 2nd storey level of thinking 3rd storey level of thinking Learning Intention - what level of thinking is it requiring? Success Criteria - what level of thinking is it requiring? Interpreting an exam essay question Correct T2 Correct T3 Incorrect T2 Incorrect T3 Partly Correct T2 Partly Correct T3
  15. 15. Reflection on Results Comparing the data from Term 2 and Term 3 doesn’t provide very positive results. If I was to just go by this survey, it would appear that implicitly and sometimes explicitly talking through the different levels of thinking, defining language of learning and breaking down the exam questions has not made a difference to their understanding of these aspects of AKO. Or at least not to the extent of the students being able to then apply this knowledge and interpret for themselves what various things are requiring of them. On the other hand, I also did an activity with my Level 1 class towards the end of Term 2 in which they had to create their own instructional video for breaking down what an exam question is asking of them. While many struggled with this at first, most - with some time and effort – were able to identify the key aspects of the question and link it to SOLO Taxonomy.
  16. 16. The results of the “essay question instructional guide” exercise can be viewed on my blog… CLICK HERE: https://goo.gl/U3Pwda Or here:

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