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Learning Challenges

Below is a selected set of learning challenges that reflect topics past Inquiry Teams have worked on with their target populations. According to the inquiry process implemented in 2007-08, the level of the learning challenge falls between the sub-skill level and the very granular learning targets. In reviewing the research, we found that this intermediate level was helpful to capture and categorize the bulk of the available studies.

Click on a learning challenge to access descriptions of school- and classroom-level strategies that can help you meet the needs of your target population

Classroom-level strategies include instructional and organizational practices to improve students' academic achievement, including strategies to promote general cognitive and study skills, reduce disruptive behavior in the classroom, and spark students' interest and engagement. School-level practices encompass several aspects of improving instruction at the school level, including staffing, professional development, teaming and collaboration, and using data for decision-making.

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