EL Education has revised the workshop model to align with the Common Core instructional shifts, embed ongoing assessment to increase responsiveness to student needs, and help students develop self-reliance and perseverance. The first component in this revised workshop (Workshop 2.0) asks students to “grapple” independently with a problem or task. The second component is a collaborative opportunity for students to be metacognitive about their own approaches, justify their mathematical reasoning, and consider others’ mathematical reasoning and thinking. Teacher Giselle Isbell creates a classroom culture that supports this type of independent grappling and math discourse with her fifth-graders at Anser Charter School in Boise, Idaho.

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Core Practices in Action: Deeper Instruction

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This collection of videos accompanies EL Education's 2016 book Learning That Lasts: Challenging, Engaging, and Empowering Students with Deeper Instruction. Click the links below to see videos related to specific aspects of deeper instruction:

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This collection of videos accompanies EL Education's 2016 book Learning That Lasts: Challenging, Engaging, and Empowering Students with Deeper Instruction. Click the links below to see videos related to specific aspects of deeper instruction:

Planning and Delivering Lessons That Challenge, Engage, and Empower
Core Practices in Action: Planning and Delivering Lessons that Challenge, Engage, and Empower
Laying the Foundation for Deeper Learning with Literacy
Core Practices in Action: Laying the Foundation for Deeper Learning with Literacy
Creating Scientists and Historians
Core Practices in Action: Creating Scientists and Historians
Reimagining Math Instruction
Core Practices in Action: Reimagining Math Instruction
Teaching in and through the Arts
Core Practices in Action: Teaching in and through the Arts
Differentiating Instruction
Core Practices in Action: Differentiating Instruction

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