Aligning Outcomes using Three Column Chart

To put everything in context, you might want to go take a look at my Innovation plan.

Here is the completed worksheet for Formulating a Significant Learning Environment.

The completed worksheet for Learning Environment and situational factors can be found here.

The 3 column chart can be found by clicking on this link.

Job Related References

For over 25 years, I have been working with incredible teachers. Many of these teachers mentored me, shared ideas, and inspired me to create. I spent along time working in a department where we would actually compete to see who could make the best lesson. I am currently in a group that shares lessons. What they don’t know, is I am silently competing with them trying to make my lessons better than theirs. The the most important teachers are the thousands of students that I have learned from. These are the true references.

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