Use student work to improve teaching and learning
A book about the what, how, and why of protocols as they apply to teaching, leading, and professional development
This book provides guidance for using protocols when looking at student work.
This table, excerpted from Leaders of Their Own Learning, shows key teacher and student actions, and the results of those actions. related to learning targets.
This excerpt from Leaders of Their Own Learning goes into greater detail about how to use learning targets over the long term, not just in daily lessons.
This book offers resources and strategies for collaborative conversations about student work.
Five key pieces of advice for teachers when facilitating a critique lesson.
This table, excerpted from Leaders of Their Own Learning, shows key teacher and student actions, and the results of those actions. related to checking for understanding.
the power of models can be limitless
In this post featured on Education Week's Learning Deeply blog, Wilhelmina Peragine discusses how one exemplar EL student project inspired the creation of high quality work in two other EL schools.