7. Memory work, recitations, and/or writing occur daily. These enhance character development and effective communication skills while extending curricula.
10. Learners’ work is displayed in some form. Positive and timely feedback is provided through oral and/or written commentary.
14. All learners experience success. The educator guarantees it by comparing learners to their own past performance, not the performance of others. Learners are showcased, and past failures are disregarded.
15. Educators teach on their feet, thus utilizing proximity. They engage learners personally, hold high expectations of learners, and should not limit learners to grade level or perceived ability.
16. Educators and learners employ effective interpersonal communications skills.
17. Educators and learners celebrate the successes of others.