This Students at the Center Hub video takes a look at the complex process of implementing a successful extended learning opportunity (ELO) in a student-centered high school. Follow the students and staff at the ELO program at Highlander Charter School as they explore the logistical side of anytime/anywhere learning and discuss what it can take to get students out of the classroom and into the workplace.
Designing and Implementing a Student-Centered ELO Program (Video Tool Suite)
Designing and Implementing a Student-Centered ELO Program: 10:32
Designing and Implementing a Student-Centered ELO Program (full video)
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