Flexible Learning Environments

  • Student needs drive the design of the learning environment including the use of space, schedules, technology and talent. All brains learn at different rates and creating flexibility in how, when and where students learn is necessary to be responsive to learner needs. This flexibility may require evolving roles and opportunities for students, teachers, administrators, families and community partners as we grow a robust system for ensuring that all learners are achieving at high levels.
     
    Collaborative projects
    Self-directed, independent work
    Side-by-side learning
    Comfortable furniture
    Gamification
    Quiet places for study
    Technology in classrooms 
    High School Commons 
    "Plots and Pedals"
    Large group learning 
    May Term for All 
    Sophomore Passion Projects