Myers Elementary School
When kids collaborated on making a sensory path for their school, what started as an occupational therapy zone became a welcoming, playful space that benefited all students.
When kids explain their mathematical thinking to their peers, they learn there’s more to math than just the right answer.
Blended, self-paced learning might seem out of reach in kindergarten, but it can work—and it doesn’t require an inappropriate amount of screen time.
When students take charge of their own feedback, they learn to work with others in the room—and not just their friends.
When teachers make the technology an integral part of their lessons instead of an extra, students get more personalized instruction.
This differentiation approach frees teachers up to meet students’ needs. The result? Students only tackle material they’re ready for, and all students achieve mastery.
When students help each other in the classroom, they gain confidence and independence—and you get to keep on teaching.