How might we support learners in...

Learner Connected

Example Strategies

Elements of Learner Connected

  • Collaborate with peers and others
  • Co-build a network of  diverse  partners, collaborators, and supportive relationships
  • Engage in real-world experiences through multiple mediums to develop:
    • Academic skills & knowledge
    • Community & civic engagement
    • Workplace experience
    • Global citizenship
  • Advance opportunities by actively leveraging networks and relationships
  • Earn formal and valued recognition for learning regardless of where and when it happens

The LEAP Learning Framework is a living document, informed by practitioners and other experts. Click here to view our Fall 2016 iteration and provide feedback.

How might we support learners in...

Learner Focused

Example Strategies

  • Develop a deep understanding of needs, interests and strengths around:
    • Academics
    • Health & Wellness
    • Social-Emotional Development
    • Culture & Language
    • Living Situation
    • Cognitive Skills
  • Experience learning that is relevant, contextualized and designed for needs, strengths, interests and approaches to learning

The LEAP Learning Framework is a living document, informed by practitioners and other experts. Click here to view our Fall 2016 iteration and provide feedback.

How might we support learners in...

Learner Demonstrated

Example Strategies

  • Begin at a level appropriate to their prior knowledge and learning needs
  • Progress at a pace that fits needs
  • Demonstrate competency when ready
  • Demonstrate evidence of learning in multiple ways
  • Receive recognition based on demonstrated competency (not seat time)

The LEAP Learning Framework is a living document, informed by practitioners and other experts. Click here to view our Fall 2016 iteration and provide feedback.

How might we support learners in...

Learner Led

Example Strategies

  • Co-design their learning experiences
  • Articulate their interests, strengths and needs
  • Assess, monitor and reflect on their own progress
  • Partner in setting learning goals and plans
  • Advocate for needed support from teachers, peers, technology and other sources

The LEAP Learning Framework is a living document, informed by practitioners and other experts. Click here to view our Fall 2016 iteration and provide feedback.