Strategies for Improvement

"Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning."
Benjamin Franklin

 

How Do We Plan to Improve Instruction, Curriculum, and Student Achievement?

District initiatives are based on research-based practices. Staff regularly research, identify, and implement strategies that have the most impact on student engagement, and therefore achievement. Our focus is to have all staff operate with racial equity, cultural competency, and best practice. Curriculum is designed around arts integration, interdisciplinary connections, student voice, technology integration, relevancy, and value.

Strategies included, but not limited to, are: 

  • Differentiation
  • Team Teaching
  • Mass Personalization
  • Partnerships/Collaboration
  • Courageous Conversations
  • Cooperative Learning
  • Circle
  • Brain-Based Learning 
  • Education Assistant Supports (General, Title, and Special Education)
In addition, WMEP's Cultural Collaborative Regional Professional Development Program offers a varied selection of workshops to increase student achievement through focused work with cultural competency, practices and strategies, and equity leadership. Staff members have studied and implemented strategies from:
For a complete list of workshops and presenters, find our Cultural Collaborative Catalog here
 
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Anne Marie Arndt,
Oct 21, 2014, 12:54 PM