Many educators are aligned around the instructional goal to “accelerate, not remediate” as students return to school in the fall. We know that we can best address unfinished learning by keeping the learning bar high, rather than watering-down instruction out of fears of student learning loss.
What does this mean in practice, though?
Leaders from Curriculum Matters, TNTP, and Zearn unpacked this approach in our July 27 webinar. We got tangible – participants spent time delving into exemplars in math, ELA, and science. We also talked about how to accelerate with English Language Learners.
You can watch recordings of the event below, including all breakout rooms. As a pre-read, we highly suggest the Accelerate, Not Remediate report from TNTP and Zearn.
- Colleen Stearns, Vice President of Curriculum & Instruction, IDEA Public Schools
- Dan Weisberg, CEO at TNTP
- Neena Hendershott, CMO at Zearn
- Kristin McQuillan, Project Director at TNTP
- Stephanie Ely, CAO at Zearn
- Jamila Newman, Partner at TNTP
- Mary Pittman, Director of Mathematics at TNTP
Watch a Recording
Full webinar, including the Math breakout room (from 31:30 until 48:15):
ELA breakout room:
Science breakout room: