Supporting English Learner Success with High-Quality Instructional Materials
In this fourth video conversation of our Curriculum Matters: Learning and Advocacy Series, Leyla Bravo, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Initiatives at English Learners Success Forum (ELSF) discusses how to advocate for the adoption of high-quality instructional materials (HQIM) that support the needs of English learners.
Our new Guidebook for the People offers a unique set of personal narratives, stories, and honest and open reflections from over twenty contributors from large urban school districts to small rural schools about their journeys to implement systems of support and restorative practices.
7 Practices to Make Your Math Class More Equitable
Equity is a journey, not a destination, and during this on-demand webinar Dr. Kyndall Brown, co-author of the book Choosing to See: A Framework for Equity in the Math Classroom, provides guidance and a framework to foster a culture of inclusion.
We are proud to be a Supporter sponsor of the Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education being held March 27–29, 2022 in San Diego. Pivot Learning and CORE team members will be sharing their experiences and learnings during several breakout and poster sessions.
Cultural Relevance in High-Quality Instructional Materials
Lighting the Way to Culturally Relevant Instruction
In this third video conversation of our Curriculum Matters: Learning and Advocacy Series, Jen Arberg, Director of Mathematics Leadership at UnboundEd discusses how to incorporate culturally responsive and relevant instruction in mathematics.
Seriously, Syntax Matters: Critical Connections to Comprehension
The science tells us that the ability to understand sentence structure is critical to students’ comprehension of written text. Watch this on-demand webinar featuring Dr. Nancy Hennessy to learn the role of syntax in constructing meaning from text and a framework for teaching sentence comprehension.
Developing Strong Readers: Proven Practices for Tier 2 Intervention
While most elementary age children learn to read well when they receive strong Tier 1 instruction based on the science of reading, every classroom has students who need additional help. Watch this webinar to learn practical solutions for providing Tier 2 interventions to students struggling to learn to read.
Rethinking Instruction in Phonological Awareness: Focus on What Matters!
During this on-demand webinar, Dr. Susan Brady examines studies that raise questions regarding whether the widespread practice of targeting awareness of larger phonological structures such as words, syllables, and onset-rimes before focusing on phonemes is necessary and/or beneficial for students.
Pivot Learning Awarded $5M to Support Curriculum Implementation
Pivot Learning and CORE, in partnership with UnboundEd, are thrilled to announce $5.4M in new funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support Guilford County Public Schools (NC) and Monterey Peninsula Unified School District (CA) with math curriculum implementation in grades 6–8.