This playbook from the Mississippi Department of Education provides guidance in the effective implementation of a high-dosage tutoring program, including considerations for tutor training, student and subject selection, and scheduling.
This resource, developed by Project Zero at Harvard, provides a routine to help students of any age (early childhood through Grade 12 and beyond) warm up to thinking about any topic, idea, or image. It is available in English and Spanish. Every student will have something to say if you introduce this routine!
This practice guide aims to formulate specific and coherent evidence-based recommendations that educators can use to encourage girls in the fields of math and science. The target audience is teachers and other school personnel with direct contact with students, such as coaches, counselors, and principals.
This Regional Education Laboratory Southeast Infographic provides a snapshot of five key evidence-based practices for all teachers to use in the elementary classroom for English learner students. Links to primary research sources supporting this infographic are available at the end of the document for quick and easy access.
Listen to Dr. Jared Myracle discuss how he implemented High-Quality Instructional Materials (HQIM) in Tennessee. It takes more than selecting and purchasing materials to provide teachers with curriculum resources.