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EVENT DETAILS

DATE

Wednesday, December 12


TIME

3:30 - 5:00 PM


FORMAT

Virtual

Please contact Chris with any questions. 


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This opt-in will be an opportunity to dig deeper into the idea of instructional resources and building the instructional capacity that leads toward continuous improvement.  Many districts including San Francisco Unified, Madera Unified School District and Seattle Unified School District are engaging in this work to ensure their improvement practices are utilizing their existing resources for increased student learning.  During this time, Ann will provide an in-depth discussion of what instructional resources are and how they can be optimized (rather than piled on top of each other). Participants will then get to discuss their own questions and ideas for using instructional resources with the Improvement Tests they developed and may be in process of implementing.

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  • Gain a deeper understanding of instructional capacity and how it informs your improvement tests

  • Engage with submitted questions and/or short case example