Definition: Learning that happens in and out of traditional classroom settings. It accounts for flexibility and student need and aligns with student voice and choice. Continuous learning also promotes a growth mindset as it suggests we all need to keep checking our most current knowledge against what is happening in the world and adjust accordingly.

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Creating a Continuous Learning Environment. (n.d.). from

Franceschin, T. (n.d.). Continuous Learning: A New Paradigm in Education. from

Hamilton, C., Davis , V., & Sackstein, S. (n.d.). Reimagining Homework with Teachers, Students and Parents. from

Reimagining CT Classrooms for Continuous Learning. (n.d.). from

Sackstein, S., & Hamilton, C. (2016). Hacking Homework. Times 10 Publications.

What is Continuous Learning and What are its Benefits?. (n.d.). from

Zorn, F. (n.d.). Continuous Learning In The 21st Century Classroom. from

Also Known As:
Homework, Additional Learning Opportunities, Formative Assessment
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