"A clear and insightful look at why teaching must be conceived as constant learning about learning. The analysis of past failed reforms and the general conditions needed for success is well-stated and illuminating."
Redesign classroom instruction to transform learning for both students and teachers!
Breakthrough presents a revolutionary new approach to educational reform, breaking away from the conventional paradigm to help educators create focused instruction, transform the classroom experience, and dramatically raise—and sustain—performance levels for students and teachers alike. This book provides the breakthrough concepts needed for developing precise, validated, data-driven instruction personalized to each and every student.
Synthesizing the best of current instructional models, this framework focuses on the components of the Triple P Breakthrough Model: Personalization—meaningful, student-centered classroom interactions; Precision—using formative assessments to monitor individual student progress; and Professional Learning—daily, ongoing learning for all educators.
Helping educators create expert instructional systems while breaking through the "prescription trap," the authors introduce unique elements of the Breakthrough model, including:
- Improvement by design
- Assessment for learning
- Critical learning instructional paths
- Mapping instructional paths
- Smart use of data to drive instruction
- Locking in ongoing improvement
Breakthrough establishes the tipping point for moving toward personalized, high-quality instruction and learning in the classroom to ensure continuous improvement and ongoing academic success.
|A System Stalled|
|The Prescription Trap|
|The Triple P Core Components|
|The Current Model|
|The Crux of the Problem|
|A Basis in Learning Theory|
|A Focus on Improvement by Design|
|Expert Instructional Systems|
|Assessment for Learning|
|Lessons From Health Care|
|Mapping the Instructional Path|
|Measuring and Monitoring Learning|
|Using the Data to Drive Instruction|
|Loops and Detours in the Critical Learning Instructional Path|
|Beyond Early Literacy|
|Locking In Ongoing Improvement|
|Building the System|
|What Is Needed|
|Using Change Knowledge|
|The Breakthrough Framework|