At the start of each school year, learners and their facilitators in TK‐6, in collaboration with parents/guardians, create an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) that includes individual goals (academically aligned to state standards and social/emotional goals). Each learner then has an opportunity to reflect upon and evaluate their progress toward those outcomes, starting at a basic level when they are younger and improving their ability to self‐assess over time.
At the start of each school year, they meet with their facilitator/advisor and their parent to review assessments and set goals. Throughout the year, they meet to look critically at what they have accomplished, reviewing assessment data and examining a portfolio that showcases what they have learned throughout the school year. Your child’s facilitator will email home a signup sheet for you to select the best day and time to meet.
In the iLEAD Agua Dulce Charter School approach to project-based learning, which produces well-rounded kids, social intelligence is a key component of whole-child development. What do we mean by social intelligence? It’s a person’s ability to interact well with others. It’s often simply called people skills, or tact. It isn’t necessarily a natural-born characteristic, but
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Last week we introduced the importance of social-emotional learning at iLEAD Agua Dulce. Social-emotional learning is integral to our whole-child educational approach. A whole-child mind-set means that we are focused on far more than teaching to tests or holding up state standards as the be-all, end-all of education. We believe in focusing on the whole