Category Archive: Learner Profiles

May 26

Cloverleaf students are EMPOWERED!

At Cloverleaf, “student-centered” is much more than just a buzz word.  It is a deeply held value we strive to live out in our educational practices.  Cloverleaf students of all ages take a leading role in their education– they exercise choice and voice, practice goal-setting and reflection, and present their work proudly at student-led conferences …

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Jan 15

Reflections from Student Conferences

  Conference time is an exciting time here at Cloverleaf! Students start preparing weeks in advance by gathering and reflecting on work samples, creating and updating individual goals, and sharing with their teachers how they have grown each quarter. The culmination of all this preparation is the sharing of their academic progress and social achievements …

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Apr 19

Learning About the Brain

 As a part of our social skills curriculum,  teachers collaborate with students to create an individualized Learner Profile. This is a process which allows students to identify their strengths and challenges, learning styles and learning strategies. We have developed many lessons, activities and projects that allow for our students to get a better understanding of how they …

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