Clarify what an effectively designed and delivered EDI lesson should look like in a classroom.
How does it work?
This is one of the most effective ways to build “automaticity” in teaching skills.
Experience Effective Instruction
Speak with an EDI Specialist.
Guided by a consultant, clarify misconceptions and develop practical expectations.
With administrators participating, help teachers know their site/district is committed to effective instruction.
Teachers observe a DataWORKS consultant teaching a pre-written, READY TO TEACH Common Core-EDI lesson.
See it. Do it. Master it!
Teachers (and administrators, if possible) teach the same lesson to real students in the classroom. One teacher can do the lesson, or multiple teachers can teach parts of the lesson.
The consultant provides constructive, interactive coaching as the lesson is delivered so teachers can immediately refine their strategies.
Effective Lesson Design
- How to use the 7 parts of effective lessons
- How to build a lesson around a concept
- How to model cognitive strategies
- How to make a lesson relevant
Effective Lesson Delivery
- How to engage students in the lesson
- How to check for understanding throughout the lesson
- How to give effective feedback to students
- How to include reading in every lesson
Foundations of EDI
- How to use higher-order questions
- When to call on students and how
- How to ‘work the page’ to present a lesson
- How to use whiteboards effectively
- How to teach from examples not a script
Principal of Del Rey Elementary, Sanger, CA
“EDI was the impetus for all of the progress at Sanger Unified.”
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