Leading Standards-Based Learning
An Implementation Guide for Schools and Districts
Although academic standards and criterion-referenced forms of education have taken hold around the world, schools and districts still struggle to take full advantage of these tools. Standards most benefit student learning when they form the basis of not only curriculum but also instruction, assessment, grading and reporting. Leading standards-based learning: An implementation guide for schools and districts outlines a five-phase plan for transitioning to a standards-based system. Authors Tammy Heflebower, Jan K Hoegh and Philip B Warrick provide F–12 school and district leaders with comprehensive guidance for planning, initiating and sustaining this reform.
- develop a strong standards-based curriculum, including aligned instruction and reliable assessments
- change outdated grading and reporting practices to promote student learning and growth
- leverage local expertise and teacher leadership to design and expand standards-based systems
- share knowledge with and seek feedback from students, families and other stakeholders
- achieve a sustainable standards-based learning system that benefits all students in a school or district.
|Publish date||2021-07-02 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Marzano Resources|
|Key Learning Area||Professional development|