Modern Classrooms are founded on four core practices:
Blended Instruction: Teachers replace lectures with videos, and spend class time working directly with students.
Self-Paced Structure: Teachers differentiate instruction based on data, so that students are always challenged and engaged.
Mastery-Based Assessment: Teachers assess students on understanding, not completion, and no student advances until ready.
Metacognition: Teachers help students become better learners and problem-solvers through constant feedback and reflection.
Our approach stems from research, observation, and reflection on hundreds of hours spent with hundreds of students in each of our classrooms. Its efficacy is shown by student learning outcomes, by our own teacher evaluations, and by the smiles on our students' faces when they master new skills.
Modern Classrooms are dynamic, productive, and responsive environments for teachers and students alike. Modern Classrooms are spaces where real learning occurs.