Series Strengthening Lessons for the Common Core: Strengthening Lessons for the Common Core

Strengthening Lessons for the Common Core

Lesson Objective: Collaborate and evaluate lessons using the EQuIP rubric
All Grades / All Subjects / Collaboration
6 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How could you use these tools in your own instructional planning?
  2. Why is it important for teachers to calibrate before using these rubrics?
  3. What might teachers learn from evaluating lessons together?

8 Comments

  • Private message to Karen McElhenny
Anything that can support and advance the achievement of all learners is a positive and effective process. It sounds as if the Equip program does just that!
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  • Private message to Amy Powell
I appreciated the focus on peer review to provide guidance and opportunities for growth to other educators. Additionally, the building of exemplar lessons is a tool that can scaffold development for other teachers.
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  • Private message to Rachele Nunez
I found the process of the EQuIP panel interesting, and I wondered if this actually takes place at the district or state level and how groups are selected? The key I noted was that this process allows teachers to collaborate for higher levels of quality and alignment of Common Core Standards, ultimately closing the gap to increase achievement in all learners, and that is an important goal for all educators alike.
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  • Private message to S Wilson
This is a nice overview of the process and rubric employed by EQuIP panel reviewers to evaluate whether lessons are aligned effectively with specific Common Core Standards at any given grade level.
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  • Private message to Adrienne Olufs
What a great reminder about how teachers can go deeper and actually research lessons for the greatest student learning outcome. I love the idea of calibration and consistency.
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