Meaningful, Transferable, and Purposeful Understanding

...meaningful, transferable, and purposeful understanding:

Meaningful: The understanding is relevant to the students’ lives and needs. Students connect with the learning.

Transferable: The understanding fosters creative problem-solving and application. Students can apply their understanding to unique and out-of context situations.

Purposeful: The understanding is focused. Students know that the understanding has value and a function.


The goals of understanding.

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 Understanding by Design
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Wiggins, Grant P. and McTighe, Jay (2005-01-01), Understanding by Design, ASCD, Retrieved on 2014-04-22
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