See how Colorado educators are improving learning environments to be personal and personalized; competency-based; co-created; safe and healthy; and time-, talent-, and technology-enabled.Continue
The videos featured in this toolkit spotlight each of the five learning environments — personal and personalized; competency-based; co-created; safe and healthy; and time-, talent-, and technology-enabled. See all five learning environments together in Putting It All Together: Pennington Elementary School.
See the outcomes CEI believes the next generation of leaners needs to succeed.
In personal and personalized learning environments, educators design instruction and experiences based on targeted information about students’ interests, learning styles, academic strengths and gaps, nonacademic strengths and gaps, and learning goals.
In competency-based learning environments, students move from level to level based on demonstrated competency, get feedback against competencies, and track their own progress with support from their teacher.
In co-created learning environments, students are proactive and make important decisions about their progress toward learning goals
In safe and healthy learning environments, significant attention is paid to knowing the social-emotional needs of students and teaching them healthy ways to think, work, and play together.
At Dolores School District in Dolores, Colo., students are leading the charge in building a culture where all learners feel safe and supported.
Time, talent, and technology are flexible and dynamic tools that help educators create learning environments that lead to desired student outcomes.
See all five learning environments together.