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Advisory is a regularly scheduled period of time, typically during the school day, when small groups of students gather together for the purpose of community building, social-emotional development, and support.
Blended learning combines, or blends, traditional face-to-face instruction with digital, online learning.
Culturally responsive practices affirm students’ diverse backgrounds and perspectives. These practices center traditionally marginalized communities in classroom instruction and result in all students developing impactful critical thinking skills that support not only their academic success but also their lifelong learning.
High-dosage tutoring is a pedagogical approach that provides students with individualized support to accelerate learning.
A multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) serves as a framework for schools to identify and meet the diverse needs of students. They are designed to provide a range of targeted supports to all students based on their individual academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs.
Project-based learning (PBL) is a vehicle for teaching content and skills using student-centered practices and real-world contexts.
Science-of-reading-based pedagogy and instruction takes a structured approach to helping students become skilled, fluent readers who are able to make meaning by connecting what they have read with what they already know, and thinking about this information until it is understood.
Trauma-informed practices recognize the need for a holistic understanding of how trauma impacts individuals and create an environment that is supportive of students and staff who have been impacted by trauma.