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Student Impact Framework Introduction


Student Impact Framework

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Student Impact Framework Introduction


Student Impact Framework

We deeply examined both the Lindsay and Summit models and found significant similarities in our visions for student learning outcomes, philosophies for achieving these visions, and commitment to equity, which allowed us to identify and prioritize the key resources to build. We decided that each system should articulate what an ideal school / classroom environment looks like, outline implications for educator actions and mindsets, and begin to capture site level conditions and site leadership mindsets.

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The goals of this framework are to put students at the center of everything we build and to build capacity and confidence among the adults who facilitate learning for students. The Student Impact Framework aims to prioritize areas where additional clarity would be helpful as educators adopt to personalized learning models, such as, “What kinds of student experiences should be seen in personalized learning classrooms? What shifts in site conditions are necessary?”

When you use this content, keep in mind that they were designed to interact with one another as part of an ecosystem - you will need all of these components to enable quality personalized learning in your school and system.

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