Curriculum Chatter at the Close of October, 2022

It’s too hard to see into classrooms using high-quality curriculum, something we know all too well, because of all of the requests we get to host visitors! Social media can offer an excellent way to glimpse work with high-quality materials, so we have collected some nice illustrations from Twitter in the week-ending October 30th.

We are a sucker for evidence of student gains, so our Post of the Week was this kindergarten reading data from the Milton Terrace teachers in Ballston Spa, NY:

Other posts we adored:

Kyair Butts sharing that they are “using fluency as a driver for excellence” in Baltimore, MD:

April Imperio talking about positive math identities in Birmingham, MI:

Kelly Carvajal Hageman reminding us that “Everyone gets what they need in core instruction” in Seaford, DE:

Gorgeous student work in Aldine, TX:

Proud students showing off their knowledge in Pentucket, MA:

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