Overview Use the materials below to build knowledge and support schools with providing effective and high-quality instruction for all students, and in particular, English Language Learners. Check Me Out First! Principles for ELL Instruction...More
Overview Below you’ll find a curated list of our favorite lesson plans designed to support multi-language learners. They include strategies, scaffolds, and strategic planning to accelerate the learning of all students. Literacy...More
Objectives: Participants will have a greater understanding of how our anti-racist commitment informs the work alongside partners to increase equitable instruction through professional learning strategy implementation Understand from our partners...More
Objectives: Calibrate on root causes of being a not-yet proficient reader in the upper grades Begin to understand how to provide foundational skills supports for not yet proficient students in service of building access to grade-level,...More
Overview The 2020 — 2021 school year has led to some dramatic shifts in the way educators serve students. The diagnostic tool below seeks to clarify and consolidate elements of strong virtual instruction, by addressing both the...More
ANet’s unique Virtual Learning Modules are designed as quick (30-45 dedicated minutes) online courses sequenced on high impact topics in ELA, aimed at helping you tackle foundational topics first, and increasingly specialized topics as...More
Overview ANet’s unique Virtual Learning Modules are designed as quick (30-45 dedicated minutes) online courses sequenced on high impact topics related to equity and accessibility. They are designed to help you tackle foundational topics...More
Overview Use the materials below to support schools with foundational skills instruction and reading comprehension in grades K-2. Check out our section for upper grades as well for reading remediation support. Curious where to go next? Check out the...More
Overview In partnership with Understood, this virtual learning module (the second in a series of two), explores cognitive load. Cognitive load is a concept that helps us understand how our brains process new learning and information. Through this...More

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