The Support Services Team is Committed to Serving Educators to Achieve Results
The launch of a program is the point at which the pre-planning strategies are implemented. During Launch, sessions will cover critical topics and questions.
- Prepare district and campus leaders to monitor and support the program
- Prepare teachers to teach the program as designed and assess student performance
- Ensure that a daily or weekly schedule is designed and communicated
- Ensure sufficient technology is available for teachers to enroll students and enter data
Typically 3 hours, held prior to teacher training
The leadership orientation is designed to ensure that campus leaders and district administrators understand the foundational principles of the curriculum and the resources and tools that are available to support teachers and monitor classroom implementation. Administrators are also provided guidance in setting goals and expectations.
Typically 1 or 2 days at least one week prior to start date. Launch training is designed to prepare teachers to successfully begin the program. The training introduces the curriculum in a format that focuses on the research (why we do it), specific instructional strategies and the program architecture (how we do it), assessments (how we measure it), and differentiation (what to do if students need additional support). Through content presentations, group interactions, lesson modeling, and practice, teachers will be prepared to begin teaching the program.