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“If you wish to become significantly better at something, you can.”

Anders Ericsson

C.R.E.A.T.E – 6 Curriculum Foundations

Our curriculum grows learners’ ability to communicate in one-on-one, small group, and large group settings. We design opportunities for students to deliberately practice communication with different audiences, contexts, and purposes in mind to grow communication beyond limits.
Our curriculum grows learners’ ability to communicate with themselves through reflection. We design curriculum to conclude with reflection. By practicing self-assessment, self-critique, and self-adjustment, learners grow communication beyond limits.
Our curriculum grows learners’ ability to experiment with their communication. We design curriculum to help learners try new things with language. During experimentation, learners make mistakes and learn from them growing communication beyond limits.
Our curriculum grows learners’ ability to adapt communication based on audience and purpose. We design curriculum to give learners the opportunity to speak as a salesperson or discuss poetry like a poet. Learners communicate in a range of modes to a various audiences growing their communication beyond limits.
Our curriculum grows learners’ ability to identify and use the transformative power of language. We design curriculum to look for ways a text intends to transform its audience and writing in ways to transform an audience. Our curriculum uses communication to change people beyond limits.
Our curriculum grows learners’ ability to use experience as a teacher. If we teach a lesson about inequality, we want students to feel what inequality during the lesson through learning simulations. We design curriculum for learners to learn through experience resulting in communication growth beyond limits.

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