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Instructional Rounds in Education

Overview of Network Approach for improving teaching and learning.
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Sylvia St. Cyr

on 6 May 2010

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Transcript of Instructional Rounds in Education

Instructional Rounds In
Education A NETWORK approach to improving
teaching and learning
Theory of action: "If we collectively participate in a community of practice grounded in on-site classroom observation and focused on large-scale instructional improvement, then participating superintendents will become more effective instructional leaders as demonstrated by changes in their practice, and, ultimately, improvements in student achievement". Reflection Questions for Administrators:
Are teachers or students doing their work?
What is the level of rigor in the classroom?
What is the level of challenge of the tasks the students are asked to do?
Can you hear student voice in the classroom discourse?
What role do leadership teams have in educational improvement?
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