Before the learning period

Plan a sufficiently extensive and flexibile learning path for a learning unit, that the students can follow according to their individual and natural learning pace.

The Learning path is created to guide students through their studies by presenting the tasks and goals of the learning unit on paper or digitally. It is intended to increase students' self-guidance and sense of autonomy. At the same time, it acts as a learning diary to facilitate observations of the learning progress.

"Sufficiently extensive" is a relative concept and depends on the age of the learner and the subject being taught. For high school students, it may mean, for example, a length of one period, which is about seven weeks. In primary school one week may suffice.

To facilitate for collaborative learning, arrange the classroom so that students can easily interact with each other. For example, desks can be set up opposite each other as workstations for 4-6 people. This is essential to facilitate communication and interaction of all kinds, through which we can build a sense of social cohesion.