Monthly Archives: March 2015

Looking at student data

Almost every school district across the United States is thinking about how they use data to inform instruction. Not all of them are doing so in ways that I think are likely to lead to useful change. Below is an example of the kind of data that has no useful impact on instruction ever. The […]

Choral Counting

Last Saturday, I tried a new instructional activity called Choral Counting. This activity was recommended to me by Magdalene Lampert and comes out of the work she and others have done to support high-quality ambitious teaching. I’m experimenting with these instructional routines in part because I hope to support teachers in the project I support […]