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REDO – Outcomes Of Our Work

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First two years (2017-2019)

The first two years included 50 K-12 educators participating in the endorsement program representing twelve school districts (six rural and six urban).

  • Literacy events were hosted at thirty-one schools. Teachers engaged English language learners and families in literacy experiences activities.
  • One hundred home visits were conducted by REDO participants. Comments made by teachers
  • Teachers successfully collaborated in Lesson Study. Lesson Study is a type of classroom inquiry that brings together teachers who collaboratively plan, teach, observe and revise the results of a single lesson. 
  • Teachers created and implemented interdisciplinary units using Understanding by Design, a content integrated instructional unit design focused on developing enduring understandings through essential questions. Download Example Unit Planning Template (PDF)
  • Teachers engaged in Instructional Conversations examining articles focusing on family-school-community relationships. Download Instructional conversation and their classroom applications (PDF)