The Collaborative Analysis of Student Work is a comprehensive guide to implementing a research-based approach to professional learning that drives educator effectiveness and promotes learning for every student. This new edition will be thoroughly updated with special focus on the following:
- how to use the CASL inquiry process to help teachers clarify what it looks like when students reach complex academic standards such as the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards
- use of CASL in teacher evaluation -use of the CASL inquiry process helps teachers to specify and define their professional learning goals
-how school leaders can play pivotal roles in successful implement of CASL
-how CASL can specifically benefit Culturally and Linguistically Diverse learners
-significant updates to facilitation coverage.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 328
Weight: 703 g
Dimensions: 254 x 177 x 16 mm
"Teacher collaborative professional learning leads to improved teaching and student learning when it is skillfully orchestrated. In this book, Colton, Langer, and Goff provide an essential resource rich with strategies, tactics, tools, and examples to guide both facilitators and team members to structure collaborative inquiry, analysis, and learning in ways that deepen their learning and practice and increase results for all students."-- Joellen Killion, Senior Advisor
"Research has shown for many years that the isolation of teachers is one of the biggest obstacles to improving teacher effectiveness. This book provides practical insights and recommendations on how teachers can work together to increase their impact on student learning. For educators seeking strategies for improving teaching and learning, this important new book will be an invaluable resource." -- Pedro A. Noguera, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Education
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