Overview This virtual learning module introduces you to the three shifts brought on by the math standards and gives you a chance to dig deeper with resources from Student Achievement Partners and other partner organizations. This module is...More
Overview For too long, some educators have fallen prey to a pernicious bias that rigorous mathematics is intended only for “certain” students. This bias tends to disadvantage students based on skin color, gender and family upbringing. “This math is...More
Overview This module, created in partnership with Student Achievement Partners (SAP) provides educators with a detailed overview of the Math Instructional Practice Guide (IPG), and its roots within the standards and instructional equity. Based on...More
Overview The way we learn math influences our critical thinking and problem-solving. Research over the years consistently shows that students learn and enjoy math best when they’re given the opportunity to engage in task-based learning,...More
Objectives: Center on the lived experiences of people of color in leadership positions Understand the change process, and that change starts with the individual Understand ANet’s role in supporting partners to navigate through the process of...More
Objectives: Center on the experience of students of color Understand your strengths and opportunities to refine or begin to develop your own anti-racist theory of action Understand ANet’s role in supporting anti-racism learning and...More
Objectives: Center on the lived experiences of people of color Understand how developing a Change Team trained in anti-racist practices provides a catalyst for racial healing Understand ANet’s role in engaging communities and school districts...More
Objectives: Understand the critical principles of equitable assessment strategy during times of amplified learning loss and academic acceleration Unpack essential considerations for effective assessment selection and prioritization...More
Objectives: Understand the connection between high-quality instructional materials and equitable outcomes for all students Selection: Learn from a story of how a district selected their instructional materials Implementation: Better understand best...More

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