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This section explores concrete strategies in four key practice areas that educators can consider using to co-create experiences with students, bringing a personalized, mastery-based, and whole-child approach to life in the context of their own classroom, school, and content area.

Actively Engaging

Learning activities are planned and executed in ways that encourage deep interaction with content, in ways to build motivation and ownership and support the transfer of new knowledge and skills to application.

In this topic, explore the ways in which in-person learning strategies are implemented, including:

  • Sub-topics
    • Choice and agency
    • Self-directed learning
    • Authentic inquiry and application
    • Knowledge activation and reflection
  • Learning Location
    • hybrid
    • remote
    • in-person
  • Domain
    • science
    • math
    • ela/literacy
    • social studies
    • social emotional learning
    • physical health
    • mental health
    • identity development
    • cognitive development
    • arts
  • Modality
    • asynchronous
    • synchronous
    • analog
    • digital
    • whole group
    • small group
    • individual
  • Grade Level Example
    • elementary
    • middle school
    • high school
  • Educator Action
    • Data Use
    • Planning
    • Intervention
    • Delivery
    • Assessment
    • Collaboration
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