To&Through Learning Cases are qualitative, narrative stories based on real experiences in schools. They are meant to center common challenges and elevate stories as learning opportunities for professionals working to support young people on various points in their educational journeys. Cases are meant to spark discussion around the topics presented and should be discussed in collaborative spaces with other practitioners. When paired with intentional learning experiences, these cases provide opportunities for educators to reflect and collaborate around adaptive challenges and apply learnings to their own practice.
For more information on how to leverage Learning Cases for your community of professionals, please see our facilitation guides below. If you have any questions or inquiries on how a learning case could be developed for your team, please contact Alex Ritson, Senior Case Study Writer at firstname.lastname@example.org
All To&Through Learning Cases are developed using direct observations and/or interviews with current educators in Chicago Public School, however these resources have been anonymized to protect the privacy of participating educators and students.