- Backward design is a method for designing learning experiences for our students.
- The first step is to articulate desired results.
- The second step is to come up with a list of evidences that can prove that students have reached the desired results.
- The third step consists of planning assessment experiences that allow teachers to gather the required evidences.
- The last step is to design the learning experiences that prepare students for the assessment (assessment could be a constitutive part of these learning experiences)