From the Rigor Toolbox: Future-ready Concept Maps

TOOL #2 | reDESIGN’S RIGOR TOOLKIT Future-ready Concept Maps In 1892, a Committee of 10 academics and school heads determined the four core content areas that young people explore in school. One hundred and thirty years later, our education system remains...

From the Rigor Toolbox: Agentic Learning Strategy Guides

TOOL #5 | reDESIGN’S RIGOR TOOLKIT Agentic Learning Strategy Guides What are the specific thinking strategies that experts use to make meaning of new information rapidly, plan and reach their goals, solve problems, and adjust and expand their schema? reDesign’s...

From the Rigor Toolbox: High-quality Performance Assessments

TOOL #4 | reDESIGN’S RIGOR TOOLKIT High-quality Performance Assessments How can we provide learners with recursive skill and knowledge-building opportunities in the context of authentic, meaningful tasks? How do we ensure assessments are both rigorous enough and...

From the Rigor Toolbox: Inquiry-based Explorations

TOOL #3 | reDESIGN’S RIGOR TOOLBOX Inquiry-based Explorations What if subject area content were organized to support meaningful inquiry and nonlinear, interest-driven pathways? What if curriculum were decoupled from grade levels, and instead prioritized the...