Educators who joined ANet Minnesota’s Learning Walk this spring found that observing high-performing schools helped them translate abstract ideas into concrete plans.Read More
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Filtering by Tag: beginning school year
Springfield Public Day Middle School kicked off the year by putting their instructional priorities front and center—and making sure teachers and leaders are aligned in pursuing them.Read More
The best school years that I had as a teacher all began the same way—focusing on teaching content while ensuring that the systems and routines complemented the learning.Read More
Just as we teach students to cite evidence in their writing, educators need to use evidence to guide instruction.Read More