Math & Literacy

Instruction. Coaching. Curriculum Development.

Math & Literacy

Instruction. Coaching. Curriculum Development.

Tiered Instruction

ensures student success

We provide PD and school support for effective differentiated math and literacy instruction. Our key instructional practices help teachers meet the needs of different types of learners.

To support a flexible, student-centered approach to tiered instruction, we help teams:

Articulate Universal Tier 1 strategies for best instructional practice

    Integrate cross-content literacy practices

    Implement project-based blended learning practices

    Define competency-based learning practices
    Specify strategies for equitable access to learning
    Establish co-planning and co-teaching

    Incorporate sheltered instruction to support English language learners

    Identify and deliver Tier 2 & 3 interventions

    Coaching & Modeling

    Empowers peer-to-peer learning

    We support teachers’ need to connect with other teachers to explore questions, share knowledge, and problem-solve what’s most relevant and beneficial to their teaching, and most empowering to students as learners.

    To facilitate teacher growth and improve student learning, we offer:

    1-1 Instructional Coaching

    Expert, non-evaluative guidance tailored for a teacher’s needs

    Team Coaching

    Real-classroom approach to professional development that uses lesson studies, lab classroom models, and collaborative inquiries

    Best Practice Modeling

    Workshop model for math and literacy, universal access and differentiation, and student-centered learning

    Curriculum Development

    drives focused and effective instruction

    We help educators strengthen their curriculum, so it is shaped by clear learning goals, supported by well-chosen programs, and aligned not only with standards but also across grade level/content area.

    To achieve more targeted math & literacy instruction, we guide teachers to:

    Align horizontal & vertical curriculum


    Coordinating instruction and learning goals by grade level or content area ensures quality instruction for all students.

    Select and evaluate programs


    Choosing appropriate educational programs leads to better instructional support.


    Create a backwards designed curriculum


    Starting with clearly defined learning goals enables targeted instruction and well-designed assessments.

    Questions? We’d love to hear from you.

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