Instructional Lead Teacher Resources:
What is an Instructional Lead Teacher (ILT)? An ILT, or instructional coach, is someone whose chief professional responsibility is to bring evidence-based practices into classrooms by working with teachers and other school leaders. These professionals facilitate professional development, job-embedded training, and serve as content leaders within their buildings with the goals of increasing student engagement, improving student achievement, and building teacher capacity in schools. (modified from PIIC Coaching Institute)
This calendar includes important dates for the Title I Instructional Lead Teachers and Title I Teachers at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
This document provides our Title I staff with the expectations of our weekly schedules. Please remember that all schedules should be submitted by noon on Monday.
This is a list of resources that may be beneficial for your classroom instruction. As with any resource, consider how the Standards for Mathematical Practice could be incorporated. For the purposes of this document, the resources have been categorized into 3 categories: Planning & Lessons, Opening/Warm-Up, and Student Activities. Planning & Lessons refers to resources for teacher reference in standard understanding and lesson ideas. Opening/warm-up resources are used activate a lesson and encourage student to student discourse. Student activities are tasks that support students understanding and logical thinking.