The Learing Rhythm

Inspect. Adapt. Iterate.

3. REVIEW

 

Formal opportunity to assess and provide feedback on the outcomes for  the Learning Iteration.

2. CHECK-IN

 

Learners present their progress towards achieving their goals and highlight barriers to learning grequenlty through out the learning iteration.

4. REFLECT

 

Inspect and adapt on how to continuously improve learning, chouces, interations, and the classroom environment. 

A 21st Century Operating System

for Classrooms

CHECK-IN

 

Learners present their progress towards achieving their goals and highlight barriers to learning grequenlty through out the learning iteration.

4. REFLECT

 

Inspect and adapt on how to continuously improve learning, chouces, interations, and the classroom environment. 

 

Formal opportunity to assess and provide feedback on the outcomes for  the Learning Iteration.

PLAN

 

 

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Present and commit to learning goals for the Learning Iteration & outline the activities for achieving them.

The Learning Rhythm is inspired by the same process the most innovative STEM organizations in the world today emply to compete and adapt, such as Google, GE, and the military. The Learning Rhythm is composed of a specific set of events that are all performed within a timebox (1 period up to 4 weeks) called a Learning Iteration. Once a Learning Iteration ends, another begins, repeating itself. Learning Iterations weave a dense fabric of feedback loops that enables classrooms to frequently inspect and adapt, accelerating learning and rapidly growing capacity for empowerment and collaboration. Each event in the Learning Iteration serves elastic constraints to grow empowerment and collaboration within, so that one can throttle empowerment and collaboration for the right level for your classroom. It provides a reliable and repeatable learning framework so students can being to start driving their own learning.

 

It is an operating system for 21st Century life, career, and college readiness. The Learning Rhythm has been used  in a wide array of contexts; core academic classes, clubs, student councils,  project-based learning, makerspaces, computer science classes, and even Professional Learning Communities. It makes it simple to implement educational best practices for learning while giving you the freedom to adapt it your needs.