On Wednesday, July 26th, Members of the I&L Divisionmet with members of the Communities Department to further the progress on the Best Start Learning Agenda.
Kimberly Hall helps the group visualize how their priority learning questions fit into the identified learning areas.
During the meeting, Kimberly Hall facilitated discussion on incorporating feedback on the learning questions which had been identified and prioritized in previous sessions. Additionally, the team reviewed and discussed the priority question mapping.
Bryan Fahrbach places flip charts on display to help the team visualize how the priority questions fit into the identified question types.
The next steps for the team will be to discuss definitions and key terms as well as to share planned and potential engagement activities.
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