Category Archive: Student-centered

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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Oct 21

Reflecting on Cloverleaf Goal-Setting Conferences

We kicked off the Cloverleaf 2015-16 school year by coming together as a team– parents, student, and teacher– to set learning goals for the year.  These individual conferences served as a time to get to know one another and to set out with a clear intention and plan of achievement for the year.  This was our …

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Oct 13

“Brain” Unit sneak-peek from Ms. Jennifer’s class!

  Our language arts class just completed our first unit with great success! The theme of our first unit was the brain. Students learned 3rd and 4th grade ELA content material centered around topics such as individuality and parts of the brain. Students investigated related topics they were curious about, like how the brain and …

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