Field Guide #1: Transitioning Back to School with a Focus on Relationships

Field Guide #1: Transitioning Back to School with a Focus on Relationships examines the ways in which the remote learning policy, (which was our most rational means of addressing both the need to deliver on-going […]

The Components of a Balanced Assessment System

There is an unfortunate “urban legend” about balanced assessment systems. Many appear to think that an assessment system is balanced when it includes summative, interim, and formative components. This is not true. This webinar discusses […]

SOAR Facilitating Mathematical Discussions

Developed in partnership with EPF for Teaching, this learning path will explore the SOAR Mathematical Discussions teaching frame to help participants design supported opportunities for all students to engage in discussions about mathematical content with diverse [...]

2021 California Summer Learning Guide: Investing in Resilience and Relationships

Developed by Partnership for Children & Youth (PCY) and the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA)

SOAR Teaching Frames for Literacy

Developed in partnership with EPF for Teaching, this learning path will explore the SOAR Teaching Frames for Literacy, which provide a unique approach to planning, implementing, and elevating instruction that drives improvement in teaching and learning. [...]

Ways to Equity with Associate Superintendent Dr. Gary Waddell

Dr. Gary Waddell, Associate Superintendent of Equity, Educational Progress, and Public Affairs at the Santa Clara County Office of Education, shares the Ways 2 Equity Playbook, a valuable resource for school- or district-level teams that […]

The Critical Role of Curriculum and Learning Progressions in Balancing Assessment Systems

This session focuses on the most important criterion for balancing assessment systems-coherence-and how it can be supported with high-quality curriculum and learning progressions. Participants learn about the importance of curriculum and learning progressions as a […]

Intentional Decision Making for Remote Instruction

This six module, asynchronous course is designed specifically for teachers to help support all learners in a virtual learning space. We draw from the research base that informs the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards […]

Flexibly Designing Instruction to Remove Barriers and Attend to Learner Variability

Author Elise Yerkey, Implementation Specialist, CAST After a year of pivoting, it may well be time for a stretch. Whatever instructional calisthenics educators encounter in 2021, flexibility will be key. As districts hasten to complete learning [...]

Connecting New Learning to Direct Implementation

Author Kristin Brooks, Ed.D., Executive Director, Supporting Inclusive Practices (SIP) A year with COVID-19 has taught us many lessons and surfaced many challenges, including the way we have approached professional learning. Gone are the days of [...]
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