Schedules that Meet the Needs of Learning
Traditionally, high school students move from class-to-class in predefined blocks. While this approach to scheduling has existed for decades, today’s learners want the use of time to reflect their academic and learning needs and interests.
The Impact Studio learning experience is built around adaptable scheduling. With a focus of learning on and off-campus, a schedule that works one day or week may not necessarily work the next.
Below is a sample for what an IS schedule could look like for a student. You will also see the current MCDS high school schedule to compare the experiences.
Advantages of Adaptable Scheduling Include:
- Meets the needs of learning and not a schedule
- Supports blended learning via In-person, online, studio, and place-based experiences
- Structured and independent studio learning
- Allows for learning to more readily happen anywhere, anytime
- No class-to-class movement
- Allows for strong mentoring and support
- Allows for personal time to learn