As trying to write my conclusion, I can’t help but to think back on previous conversations we had in class and try to tie them back to Grant Wiggins. One time we were posed with a question that do we teach a lesson standards or have our standards to base a lesson off of. Grant Wiggins wants to always keep an end in mind, and I think that is the most important thing when it comes to planning. I think we should sit on the question “What do we want our students to take away from this lesson?” and plan around that, which the ultimate goal should be mastering the standards and objectives, so everything should fall into place if we plan right and follow accordingly. I say all of this because I really didn’t have an answer for Dr. Brocato when this question was first posed to me. I like the idea of planning with an end in mind. I like trying to focus on what I want my students to take from my lesson.