Submit Learning Activities
Given the current state of affairs prompted by COVID-19, the way we teach PK-12 students is rapidly changing. The purpose of this form is to collect learning activities that support the holistic development of students in environments that span beyond traditional classrooms. The activities collected through this form are intended to be compiled, summarized, and publicly disseminated to educators, parents, students, and other stakeholders through outlets that may include social media, podcasts, publications, and presentations. Please direct questions or comments regarding this form to Nathan Anderson (nathan@andersoninquiry.com) or Dan Conn (daniel.conn@minotstateu.edu). If you would like to submit multiple learning activities, please complete the form separately for each activity (e.g., If you would like to submit two learning activities, please submit this form two times). Thank you so much for contributing your ideas.

This form uses the "CPR Success and Failure Analysis" framework as a lens for interpreting learning activities that support holistic student development. More information about the framework is available at https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol4/iss1/11/
Learning Activity Name
Learning Activity Description
Learning Activity Reference
If available, please enter reference details or links to references that support this activity
This activity may be appropriate for students in the following grade level(s)
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This activity may support development of a student's _____
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Intellectual capacity (mental knowledge, skills, creativity, problem solving, and learning)
Emotional capacity (a positive outlook, awareness and acceptance of feelings as well as expression and management of feelings)
Social capacity (interdependence between others, communication, and building relationships)
Physical capacity (bodily strength, flexibility, endurance, and health)
Passion (something that a person likes, finds important, spends time on, and puts energy into [Vallerand et al., 2003])
Presence (pure consciousness [Tolle, 1999]; mindfulness: present focus, awareness, attention, acceptance [Kabat-Zinn, 1994])
Relevance to their self (a person's essential being)
Relevance to their family (a person's relatives)
Relevance to their peers (people with a similar set of given demographic characteristics as a person)
Relevance to their community (a geographic or choice-based group who shares common activities and/or beliefs)
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If applicable, please explain how this activity may support the development of a student's Intellectual, Emotional, Social, and/or Physical Capacity
If applicable, please explain how this activity may support the development of a student's Passion
I applicable, please explain how this activity may support the development of a student's ability to maintain a state of Presence or mindfulness
If applicable, please explain how this activity may support the development of a student's Relevance to their Self, Family, Peers, and/or Community
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Your name
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Your email address
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Your geographic area
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