Project Time – Application of content to address cognitive skills such as problem solving, collaboration, analyzing text, using sources, inquiring, synthesizing, writing, speaking, listening and presenting. These skills are needed to succeed in today and tomorrow's workforce.
Self-Directed Learning – During SDL, students are engaged in self-directed learning that moves them towards competency in all subject areas. All content knowledge is based on the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.
Mentoring – Each child will be assigned an adult mentor that they will meet with on a regular basis to address Habits of Success.
Habits of Success include:Self-awareness and self-managementSocial awareness and interpersonal skillsDecision-making and leadership skills
Traditional Team does not offer an assigned mentor for students