Phase 4

The design team pilots and critiques certain approaches to hone plans for wider implementation and then builds and enacts a strong implementation plan, building widespread buy-in, ensuring community support, and gaining feedback on the implementation across multiple data points. A vital component of this stage is constant monitoring for equitable access and outcomes as well as long-term sustainability.

Selected Tools:
Technical Problems and Adaptive Challenges Protocol

Reflection Questions Tool

Sample Implementation Plan

An approach to teaching and learning that is flexible and adaptable, adjusting the system to the individual students and what they need to be successful in today's diverse, global world.
Students exercise voice and choice in their learning, embracing their individual strengths, needs, interests, and cultural backgrounds.
The ability to use the cultural characteristics, experiences, and perspectives of culturally and linguistically diverse learners as conduits for teaching them more effectively. (Geneva Gay, 2002)
Developed in a way that ensures a barrier-free environment for all students, ensuring that every student, particularly those within historically underserved groups, has what they need to be successful. To be truly equitable, schools must not only have equity of opportunity, but of outcomes.
The process of envisioning, designing, and implementing a school model, either from scratch as a way of redesigning and disrupting the existing educational system, or as part of the transformation of an existing school.