4th grade teacher Krissy Neumann and her classrooms participated in a micro-study conducted by the Denver Public Schools Imaginarium Innovation lab program. The program’s mission is to stimulate and support innovation across Denver, to transform learning and public education systems.
When asked about it Ms. Neumann says “There are a lot of changes that have happened within Southmoor throughout my time here. A big change is the way we now view students’ learning styles and needs. In the last 4 years, I have had the opportunity to learn new strategies to engage our students and make them active participants in their own learning process. My greatest achievement thus far has been the evolution of fourth grade learning profiles/goal binders. Additionally, Ms. Stockton and I have developed a strategic way to track student progress, learning strategies, and data so that these profiles can follow students wherever they go
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Ms. Neumann also adds “I took part in this micro-study to help other teachers understand the evolution of making students facilitators of their own learning.”
If you are interested in learning more about Imaginarium and the amazing things they are doing at Southmoor and other Denver Public schools please go to their webpage