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Action Planning for Evidence-Based Teaching

Evidence-Based Teaching
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  • Developing an action plan for implementing evidence-based teaching and learning strategies in participants’ schools
  • Identifying key stakeholders and resources
  • Establishing a timeline and milestones for implementation

Developing an action plan is a critical step for school administrators to support teachers to implement evidence-based teaching and learning strategies. Here are some examples of an action plan for school administrators to help teachers with evidence-based teaching and learning strategies:

  1. Develop a Professional Learning Plan: Develop a professional learning plan that outlines the evidence-based teaching and learning strategies that teachers will learn and implement. This can include professional development opportunities, workshops, and other training resources.
  2. Provide Data to Inform Instruction: Provide data to inform instruction to teachers. This can include providing data on student performance, attendance, behavior, and other relevant data.
  3. Incorporate Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies: Incorporate evidence-based teaching strategies into the curriculum. This can include using a range of teaching strategies, such as cooperative learning, inquiry-based learning, and problem-based learning.
  4. Use Formative Assessment: Use formative assessment to inform instruction. This can include using quizzes, surveys, exit tickets, or other formative assessments to assess student understanding and adjust instruction accordingly.
  5. Use Data to Drive Decision Making: Use data to drive decision making. This can include using data to identify areas for improvement, to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching strategies, and to identify opportunities for growth.
  6. Provide Ongoing Support and Coaching: Provide ongoing support and coaching to teachers to help them implement evidence-based teaching and learning strategies. This can include providing feedback, modeling effective teaching strategies, and observing classroom instruction.
  7. Foster Collaboration: Foster collaboration among teachers to promote the sharing of best practices and the development of innovative teaching strategies. This can include providing opportunities for teachers to collaborate on curriculum development, instructional planning, and other areas.

By following these steps, school administrators can support teachers to implement evidence-based teaching and learning strategies. Evidence-based teaching strategies can meet the diverse needs of students, promote equity, and improve student achievement. It can also support teacher professional development and collaboration, and promote innovative teaching and learning strategies.

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