Learning Framework Design

How do you know that your initiatives are actually happening in the classroom?

e2L’s Learning Framework Design process helps you create an ownership model for all of your initiatives. We combine your initiatives into one unique learning framework that your educators can use in the classroom to measure both growth and engagement.

Our Learner Profile Facilitation service helps schools define the characteristics, skills, and traits that the local community desires for students in their public schools.

It’s so important to be intentional about creating a Learner Profile.

Keeping your end goal in sight is the guiding principle in every action you take. Know your learners and align your operations to match the experience you want for students.

We identify what your community wants for your learner experience. e2L then facilitates the creation of a roadmap of learner behaviors that are necessary for the community’s desired learner experience. We help you align learner behaviors with community needs so you can produce Future Ready learners.

e2L will guide your team to create the components of a framework that ensures learners are having the necessary experiences to thrive in today’s context. We’ll also use our Initiative Inventory and Strategic Abandonment processes to tighten up the framework by taking stock of current realities.

As a result of the Learning Framework Design process, you’ll receive a learning framework that is unique to your district and designed by the community for its learners. The framework includes specific learner outcomes, defined and branded components, and resources.

Why do I need a learning framework, though?
Not every district implements a learning framework, but it’s the best way to get a return on your investment in initiatives and the learner experience. A learning framework prevents teachers from seeing each initiative as “one more thing” and unites them within one framework.

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Want to know more?
See how e2L creates unique learning frameworks and how learner outcomes improve by leaps and bounds.