Please complete the attached form to share the strengths and challenges with the LC tool that you implemented within the classroom.  We appreciate your feedback and will assess the changes suggested.

Click Here to Start Module. The gears provided on each module provide specific student learning and achievement research for the selected module strategy. Click on the gear to read and click on gear again to eliminate the research box retrieved.  For more citation reference information, please refer to the Learning Connect Research Listings in the Teacher Menu located at the top of the page.

Learning is defined as . . .

“Learning is defined as changing the structure of the brain. It is reported that all new information is incorporated into existing neural networks. An individual’s neural wiring changes as he or she learns activities. If an activity is new, the brain will respond slowly and start to develop new connections. (Jensen as stated by — Cercone, 2006.) The brain learns by overlaying a known pattern onto an unknown pattern to find similarities and differences. When learners compare and see similar patterns, and contrasts things to find differences, learners make connections and can better understand concepts. This fosters relationships and connections to new understanding (NREL).