The act of changing anything, especially learning and instructional practices, takes time and planning. It requires understanding where you are and knowing where you want to be, and then figuring out how to get there. Getulio Brasil, Head of Science at the Santa Cruz Cooperative School in Bolivia, knows this well.
When Getulio decided to begin working with the Essential Fluencies, his extensive background in science enabled him to approach using them as an experiment. And a successful experiment it was.
Today at SCCS, Getulio’s students remain engaged and excited about learning by using the processes of the Fluencies. Getulio himself remains vigilant in his hopes of inspiring other educators to embrace meaningful change in the same way.
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