1. Is a student-centered approach in which student are invited to join with their teachers to plan learning experiences that address both student concerns and major social issues.
2. Psychological, Sociological, and Philosophical. Sociological is the most important, social realities and the structure of knowledge. Psychological is the least important, because it’s more of what you think.
3. Schoolwide Goals for student learning, they examined the proposals of the various academic, professional organizations and identified goals that are common across several specific subject standard.