Welcome to our learning module on Scheduling, one of the drivers that we identified during our initial retreat. Like with all of the drivers, we will be exploring, researching, discussing and reflecting on how scheduling can improve learning at Dr. Wilbert Keon School.
At the end of each of the modules, we will be presenting some conclusions summarizing the analysis and exchanges.
Scheduling has a direct impact on student lives at schools, and can be a decisive factor in terms of the school experience itself. The pandemic became a catalyst for rethinking the schedule, the frequency and intensity of learning modules, given the different nature of the online learning experience.
As we think of lessons learned in moving forward with returning to school in the new academic year, it is a very relevant exercise to try to discern all this new awareness can be translated into improvements in the schedule that are driven by learning.
For this shared exploration, we ask that you explore the resources below, and discuss as appropriate.
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In the space below, please answer the following questions.
- After exploring the resources above, which of the principles and suggestions mentioned in them are applicable to DWKS?
- Knowing our school and its context, what ideas would you suggest as feasible improvements to our current schedule?