Access a wealth of math unit planning resources and lesson plan guidance for research-based mathematics practices. Developed by experts Timothy D. Kanold and Sarah Schuhl, this unit planning guide combines 38 weekly planning pages with activities to help your collaborative team ensure every student learns mathematics.
Based on the best-selling Taking Action, this professional development playlist features 32 short response to intervention videos, aligned to the book’s chapters and accessible online. Mike Mattos, Austin Buffum, Sarah Schuhl, and other experts demonstrate how you can implement the RTI process (or MTSS) inside your professional learning community to drive continuous improvement and student success.
The Learning by Doing PD Playlist offers 43 PLC videos for professional development on the PLC process. Aligned to the chapters of Learning by Doing, these videos address critical PLC topics, helping educators develop an action plan for school improvement to create a high-performing professional learning community.
The Simplifying Response to Intervention Professional Development Playlist features 22 short RTI video resources, aligned to chapters in the book and accessible online. Richard DuFour, Mike Mattos, and others demonstrate RTI strategies for creating an effective learning environment within an RTI model that works.
Build and support math teacher teams in your PLC. This leadership guide will help you establish collaborative teaching strategies to improve math curriculum.
Based on Common Formative Assessment by Kim Bailey and Chris Jakicic, the Common Formative Assessment Professional Development (PD) Playlist offers 28 short videos for incorporating common formative assessments into the practices of a PLC at Work® to help students reach learning objectives and power standards.
Use the PLC process to evaluate homework and practices in mathematics. Learn how collaboratively assigning and grading math homework increases student engagement and math skills.
Gain lesson-design strategies and instructional methods of teaching mathematics in a PLC that support student learning through standards-based math activities and lessons.
Develop a research-based math intervention program with common unit assessment. Increase student learning using the MTSS or response to intervention model to guide mathematics assessment.
With this practical guide, K–12 educators will use the Professional Learning Communities at Work® process to drive continuous school improvement and support student success. Target your school’s specific needs with an immediate course of action for improving school culture and performance.
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