This year, principals and teachers have been asked to show unparalleled flexibility in adopting new technology into their classrooms. Teachers’ tech tool belts have been filled to capacity.
In the face of this, how does a leader continue to push practice? We know that looking at student work is an important priority for closing gaps with students, but managing that change can be overwhelming.
This case study is written by KIPP Academy Lynn’s principal Farida M. Graham, who details the mindset, process and roll-out of a new priority on looking at student work mid-year. She describes the lessons learned through managing this shift and garnering buy-in from staff and students.
Read the rest of the case study here.