The Enaction Curriculum attempts to develop the capacities for thinking and problem solving and to provide stimulating and challenging knowledge. The Enaction Curriculum is based on Enaction Theory (Ohlsson, 1983), (Newell & Simon, 1972) and domain specific knowledge (Glaser, 1984). Enaction theory postulates that thinking is a matter of running a simulation in one's head. The three steps involved are creating a mental model, manipulating that model, and developing a strategy for problem solving.
Enaction Curriculum Guide
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These "crosswalks" show how and at what level University School covers the state of Oklahoma's Priority Academic Student Skills, also known as PASS standards.