Research Conversations: Learning Loss

Hear from Dr. Eve Miller as she shares her expertise in cognitive neuroscience to provide insight into the factors that drive learning loss, and shares the 6 paradigms that should guide learning recovery for administrators and educators.Download Learning Recovery Infographic

7 Paradigms for Learning Recovery

We help educators build and model effective goal achievement systems that will accelerate academic growth. Academic acceleration can be achieved in the presence of strong individual agency, in a nurturing culture where the discipline of goal setting and tracking are taught and practiced. What are you doing for Learning Recovery?

Paradigm Shift #1: Start with how you lead

 

COMMON PARADIGM HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARADIGM
Use top-down leadership to ensure alignment. Cultivate strong leaders by distributing responsibility and ownership.

Paradigm Shift #2: Families are Partners

 

COMMON PARADIGM HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARADIGM
Educators inform families about student progress. Educators and families partner in a learning team to support student achievement.

Paradigm Shift #3: Equity is integral

 

COMMON PARADIGM HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARADIGM
Increase equity by growing staff awareness. Advance equity in achievement by unleashing the worth and potential of every student.

Paradigm Shift #4: Cultivate sustainable wellness

 

COMMON PARADIGM HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARADIGM
Encourage educators to practice self-care. Develop systems that promote whole-person wellness in educators, staff and students.

Paradigm Shift #5: SEL builds cognitive skills

 

COMMON PARADIGM HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARADIGM
Triage academics in a crisis and SEL in the recovery. Emphasize SEL skills as the foundation of academic success.

Paradigm Shift #6: Prioritize quality instruction

 

COMMON PARADIGM HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARADIGM
Invest in add-ons designed to address learning gaps. Invest in building the capacity of educators to accelerate educators, families, and students.

Paradigm Shift #7: Goals need more than just setting

 

COMMON PARADIGM HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARADIGM
Set SMART goals around academic improvement. Implement an aligned system of academic goal achievement.

 

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