Our Planning Framework
Videos For Teachers
Running A Quality Lesson
- Lesson Components
- Backward Planning a Quality Lesson
- Generating Student Effort
- Managing Behavior
Teacher Organization 🆕
- Organizing Your Week
- Efficient Grading
- Setting Up Your Classroom
Lesson planning is complicated, and looks very different for first grade reading and high school geometry. But there are universally applicable intellectual habits that you can apply to planning any lesson, and our minis will help you better understand and practice those habits.
Our minis on planning will be most helpful if you share two of our basic values:
First, you plan standards-based, aim-driven lessons. That means you have a specific end-goal in mind for your students each day.
And second, you begin by planning what sort of *thinking* your students will do, rather than starting by conceiving of *activities.*
“Coaching Teachers: Promoting Changes That Stick” MOOC
This free, open-enrollment Coursera class helps instructional coaches and school leaders practice strategies for coaching teachers to make meaningful, long-lasting improvements in their instruction.