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The After Action Review protocol
This protocol helps teams to assess successful and unsuccessful actions: What was supposed to happen? What actually happened? Why? What can we learn from this?
The Assessment Guide
CASEL’s interactive SEL Assessment Guide helps educators select and use the most popular SEL student assessments.
The CASEL Guide to Schoolwide Social and Emotional Learning
Guide includes a tool that provides a model for structuring a conversation about developing a shared vision for SEL or integrating SEL into your school’s existing shared vision and a tool that provides guidance for creating staff shared agreements through a collaborative process to articulate core mindsets and values that will guide staff members’ interactions …
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The Center for Racial Justice in Education
Curated lists of resources for a variety of essential areas. Resources for Talking about Race, Racism and Racialized Violence with Kids A Racial Justice Guide to the Winter Holiday Season for Educators and Families
The Concurrent Classroom: Using Blended Learning Models to Teach Students In-person and Online Simultaneously
In this hybrid or remote version of Station Rotation, students can either physically move or stay in place as they progress through a series of learning activities at a teacher-led station, an online station, and an offline station (Dr. Catlin Tucker).
The COVID-19: Resilient Educator Toolkit
Share The COVID-19: Resilient Educator Toolkit from Resilient Educator with teachers and staff. The toolkit equips teachers with actionable strategies and advice to use immediately for themselves and in working with and supporting children, parents and families during these difficult times
The Field Guide for Accelerating Learning, Equity and Well-Being
The Field Guide provides LEAs with tools to reflect on key lessons learned from 2020, plan a safe return to campus, respond to logistical needs of scheduling, develop effective communication plans, create continuity of learning, facilitate goal-setting, gain inspiration for what lies ahead, and more. It also includes a Personalized Planning tool.
The Necessity of Having High Expectations
An article providing key reflective questions about rigor including–Are we giving accommodations in students’ zone of proximal development or their comfort zone? Do our accommodations empower students to access more content and higher-level thinking or do they remove learning opportunities? Are scaffolds gradually removed as kids approach independence or do the scaffolds anchor them in …
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The Oakland Reach
The HUB That’s Changing The Game. Real change happens at the intersection of organizing, advocacy, and programming. Passionate and fearless parents. The Oakland REACH is a parent-run, parent-led powerful force for radical change. We educate and empower parents to demand high-quality schools for their children.
The Role of Advisory in Personalizing the Secondary Experience.
To help you and your team create a system that works for your district, read The Role of Advisory in Personalizing the Secondary Experience. The article from Getting Smart gives five core elements for an effective system and other useful tips and resources.
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