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Supplements to Instruction

-- fostering healthy cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development.

A broad range of research-based learning strategies and activities during school and non-school hours that include a variety of recreational, enrichment, leadership, and academic supports and opportunities. School staff design classrooms that help to (a) prevent problems, (b) intervene as soon as problems are noticed, (c) develop intrinsic motivation for learning, and (d) re-engage students who have become disengaged from classroom learning. A few examples of Supplements to Instruction include content enhancement strategies, cooperative learning; instruction in life skills, social skills, and health; character education; and conflict resolution and enrichment programs.