New America | Laura Bornfreund
“Tools takes a more well-rounded approach to learning, combining structured reading instruction with opportunities for children to develop executive function skills. It allows teachers to tailor learning to meet children’s individual needs—and could be key to really improving children’s reading outcomes.”
Ideal Learning models, such as Montessori and Reggio Emilia, place the child at the center of their education. This article from New America shows how one school is successfully implementing Tools of the Mind practices in early education literacy.
Read Early Milestones report on the challenges and opportunities for implementing Ideal Learning across Colorado.