Adapted from A SCANS Report for America 2000
1. Learners routinely participate in leadership and planning.
2. Learners and teachers plan and negotiate content and activities.
3. Learners routinely work with teachers, peers, and community members.
4. Teachers and learners routinely reach out beyond the school for additional information.
5. Learners' life themes and metaphors are engaged in instruction.
6. Learners are able to share how they problem solve, reason, and make decisions.
7. There are signs of positive collaboration among learners that continue after class.
8. Learners reorganize content in personally relevant ways.
9. Learners know that correct answers may come from them as well as the teacher.
10. Learners reflect on and assess their own learning.