The science of reading has “come alive” at Lucama Elementary, in North Carolina’s Wilson County Schools, after the principal and her team of Multi-Classroom Leaders led the use of multiple curricula and data-driven small-group instruction and interventions—resulting in strong student learning growth.
Master Reach Teacher Jimmel Williams leads his class in a geometry routine to help students learn the math by “speaking the math.”
Classroom meetings help to form bonds with your students and build a community of learners, say Katie McAuliffe, a fourth-grade teacher, and her multi-classroom leader, Sean Carberry.
Students need to know where they are educationally and where they want to be so they understand what steps to take to reach their goals, as Candace Butler demonstrates.
When using technology in the classroom, have a goal and objective in mind, Multi-Classroom Leader Amber Hines says.
Set up your classroom to make it a place that fosters trust and joy, says Multi-Classroom Leader Fred Hoffmann.
Multi-Classroom Leader Fred Hoffmann describes how his school recognizes student achievements.
By personalizing lessons and developing strong relationships with families, teachers gain students’ trust that can lead to academic growth, Multi-Classroom Leader Sydney Mboob says.
Multi-classroom leader Jacqueline Smith carefully tracks and analyzes results from all interim assessments with her team to push all students to mastery.
Multi-classroom leader Jacqueline Smith explains her team’s actions to assess students continually to ensure they meet their goals.