Learning cycle (PDSA) documentation in a primary classroom

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What does a classroom system look like? This image shows the key components needed to build a systems approach. Source: Union County School District, NC

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Here is the third pin of our 8-week series on Continuous Classroom Improvement: Building a Classroom Learning System. Stay tuned for our weekly updates!

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Here is a teaching tool that JSA trainer Denise Woody used to help learners make connections with the 7 components of a classroom learning system. This simple-yet-effective tool was introduced by the trainer so learners could capture new ideas and ah-ha moments!

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