Welcome to the Ronald Reagan HS Personalized Blended Learning Page!
 
Overview: 
 

From its inception, our Ronald Reagan High School Personalized Blended Learning (PBL) Lab has been driven to continuously evolve and adapt to each new opportunity and challenge presented to both our PBL Team and PBL Students in our combined effort to obliterate the achievement gap that so toxically exists within our school systems today. From our original White Paper, in which specific programs such as Edgenuity (formerly known as e2020) would serve as the catalyst for our initial blended learning, to our concepts and constructs for the students that would receive support within our PBL Lab, we have grown tremendously. On our website, as you navigate forward, you will find an incredible, evolving mixture of resources and pathways that attempt to encapsulate and inspire the work we are undertaking to personalize and blend learning for all of our students. For example, below, you will find our developing common language that is being utilized and discussed with in our 9th and 10th grade English classrooms. These “IB Literacy Proficiency Statements” were born out of a need to connect the dots between the many standards (CCSS, CRS and IB) our staff and student families strive to master. Thank you for your support in our individual and collective efforts!

 
"IB Proficiency Statements"
  1. Reagan IB students can actively annotate and develop personal inquiries when approaching new and/or unfamiliar reading and concepts.
  2. Reagan IB students can engage in the identification of main ideas, details, and success summarizing when approaching new and/or unfamiliar reading and concepts.
  3. Reagan IB students can effectively compare/contrast AND identify cause(s)/effect(s) when approaching new and/or unfamiliar reading and concepts.
  4. Reagan IB students can make important inferences when approaching new and/or unfamiliar reading and concepts.
  5. Reagan IB students can engage in the evaluation and critique(s) when approaching new and/or unfamiliar reading and concepts.
  6. Reagan IB students can effectively decode and understand essential vocabulary, shared throughout all content areas, when approaching new and/or unfamiliar reading and topics.
 
 
 
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