Developed and taught by science of learning expert Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath, The Learning Blueprint bridges the gap between the lab and the classroom by bringing key learning science concepts to relevant stakeholders within a school community, including teachers, students and parents.

CASE STUDY #1


SCHOOL IMPACT

ABSTRACT || From 2017-2019, the teachers at Genazzano FCJ College in Melbourne, Australia participated in The Learning Blueprint program. Genazzano is a private all-girls Catholic school serving ~1,000 P-12 students.

 

The academic impact was remarkable. During this period, the median student ATAR score increased from 85.5 to 90.0, while the percentage of students who's score exceeded 90.0 rose from 36% to 50% (the highest in school history). Meanwhile, the teachers demonstrated a significant increase in their ability to effectively apply key Science of Learning concepts to their practice.

CASE STUDY #2


STUDENT IMPACT

ABSTRACT || From 2018-2020, over 1,300 Year 9 students from dozens of schools across Victoria, Australia completed The Learning Blueprint program.

 

Before and after completing the program, students were asked to respond to a series of statements pertaining to their beliefs and attitudes about learning. The post-program results were outstanding, as students demonstrated statistically significant growth across a range of important learning-attitudes. Moreover, one school shared pre-and-post term grading data, and reported an average GPA growth from 3.02 to 3.19 among their ~170 participating students.

CASE STUDY #3


LOW SES SCHOOL IMPACT

ABSTRACT || From 2016-2019, the teachers at St. James Parish School in Ballarat Australia participated in The Learning Blueprint program. St. James is a low SES Catholic primary school serving approximately 200 P-5 students.

 

The academic impact was impressive. During this period, average student NAPLAN reading scores increased from 358 to 466 (the highest in school history), while Year 3 to 5 reading, writing and numeracy growth scores significantly outpaced national averages. Meanwhile, teachers demonstrated a significant increase in their ability to effectively apply key Science of Learning concepts to their practice.

CASE STUDY #4


ONLINE STUDENT IMPACT

ABSTRACT || In the Spring of 2020 (during an extended COVID lockdown) a cohort of Year 11-13 ESF students completed an online, self-directed version of The Learning Blueprint metacognition program. ESF is the largest English-medium international school organization in Hong Kong.

 

The results were very positive. Students posted an average score of 80% on a 12-question learning concept quiz after completing the program (versus 46% beforehand). Students also demonstrated significant growth with regard to identifying key academic strategies and maintaining positive learning mindsets.

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