The New Norms for Learning in High Progress Literacy
Changing Outcomes. Changing Learning. Changing Lives.
The New Norms for Learning in HPL are the processes real people in the real world use to make sense of large amounts of information. In HPL, we call these processes the New Norms because over time, they become “the new normal” for what we do to learn in academic settings.
Teachers build text sets for students to use to learn content. Each time students begin a new unit of study, the teacher gives them time to browse. They look through the materials, and share what they are thinking and wondering. They build a bit of background, and begin raising questions that will help them as they move into the new unit of study.
New Norms – An Original Song by Chorderro Williams
New Norms Music Video
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