Just released: Continuous Improvement Toolkit 

Lesson Preparation and Internalization

Support and resources for addressing unfinished learning, lesson internalization protocols, and curriculum-specific reference guides.

Curriculum-Agnostic Resources

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Guidance on what to do and what not to do when planning to address unfinished learning from the prior school year.

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Action steps for addressing unfinished learning in science from the prior school year, reflecting a prioritization of current grade-level content as well as supports for identifying and addressing key ideas that support student learning.

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Guidance to support the internalization and execution of ELA lessons for in-person or at-home learning when a teacher is using a high-quality curriculum. 

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Guidance to support the internalization and execution of math lessons for in-person or at-home learning when a teacher is using a high-quality curriculum. 

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Guidance to support teachers in designing for student experience for both in-person and at-home lessons. 

 

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A video that walks you through the process for effectively planning for how students will engage with a lesson during synchronous, distance learning instruction. 

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Guidance adapted from Amplify CKLA for use with an aligned and systematic Foundational Skills Curriculum. 

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Talking points for how to talk about accelerating student learning with staff, as well as research that supports those recommendations.

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Curriculum-Specific Resources

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Resources and descriptions lifted from EL Education Flex Curriculum: 2021 in an effort to condense the resources found there and make it easier to identify what it is, who can use it, and where to find it.

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Resources and descriptions lifted from Louisiana Curriculum Hub and Strong Start 2020 Library in an effort to condense the resources found there and it make it easier to identify what it is, who can use it, and where to find it.

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A recorded Illustrative Mathematics virtual model lesson that is intended to highlight the ways in which a teacher can effectively adapt an Illustrative Mathematics lesson for a distance learning environment.

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Guidance to support teachers in making lesson adaptations for both in-person, socially distant learning, and virtual learning for Illustrative Mathematics—organized by Illustrative Mathematics lesson components, including the rationale for each component.

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The Continuous Improvement Toolkit contains more than 40 practical tools, templates, and resources for keeping students engaged in meaningful learning, whether they are learning in a classroom or at home.

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