Research Scientist of Learning and Education
The 11 conversations and interviews that describe the New Era School Initiative (NESI) now have summaries after links to their pages. NESI is a framework for showing how educators can use experimental empirical behavioral and social science research results that a learners' view (ALV) of learning represents. These data indicate that students can complete in six academic years the content and processes of PreK12 grades. That means that learners 12 years of age in a NESI school could earn high school diplomas and qualify to enter colleges and universities. The Q&As begin to fill in the NESI framework that demonstrates that these scientists have provided sufficient data to make the six year PreK12 curriculum possible and plausable. Next, I plan to keep editing the Q&A pages into a common format and then into a plan of action for board of education members and teachers interested in creatiing a NESI based school or classroom. Later, separately I'll add the research citations and references. What do you say? Is this helpful to you?