Gots and Wants
Learners identify what is working for them about learning and where they need support in order to inform responsive planning.
- Learners write “gots” on sticky notes, one idea per sticky note. A “got” might be something learned or a need that is being met for the individual learner.
- Learners write “wants” on sticky notes, one idea per sticky note. A “want” might be a comment about process (go faster or slower), an inquiry for information, or a need for support.
- As the session concludes, invite learners to place their sticky notes on chart papers labeled as “gots” and “wants.”
- Categorize and label the “gots” and “wants” and use this information to inform responsive planning.
- Sticky notes
- Chart paper
Adapted from: https://www.thinkingcollaborative.com/as-resources/