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ELEMENTS OF SELF-DIRECTED SCHOOLING
Each listing below is its own module.
Using past learning to scaffold instruction for future learning.
Re-Assessment and Feedback
Communicating objective progress of learning progressions.
Show what you know based on specific Depths of Proficiency.
Class Design and Time Management
Providing relevance for the purpose of promoting interest.
Promoting self-awareness of cognitive strategies for learning.
Developing habits for self- and peer-reflection.
Communication Skills (SEL)
Overcoming personal and social obstacles in any environment.
Learning to track your own progress of learning over time.
Using specific strategies that increase cognitive capacity.
Creating an environment that supports student ownership.
Curricula, Materials, and Resources
Shifting role of monitoring progress from teacher to student.
Standards-Based Grading and Reporting
Emphasiizng student questions, ideas, and observations.
Exploring student interests to help guide learning opportunities.
Standards & Instruction (Learning Progressions)
Involving students in the learning process (active vs passive)
Applying strategies to complete tasks. “If this . . . then that.”