Successful implementation of Summit Learning is a careful process, not a silver bullet.
One of Summit Learning’s four student outcomes, Cognitive Skills are interdisciplinary, higher order skills — such as collaboration, communication, and critical thinking — needed for college and career success. In Summit Learning, Cognitive Skills represent 70 percent of a student’s grade.
Anacostia High School teacher, Jereamy Rose, shares how he led students with learning disabilities to success by customizing projects in the classroom.
In this week’s Summit Sparks episode, we go inside a middle school science classroom at Aspen Valley Prep in Fresno, California to hear from students about issues ranging from deforestation to electronic pollution and ways to shrink the human footprint.