The Truth About High-Quality Instructional Materials

Three Common Misconceptions About High-Quality Instructional MaterialsIf you ask 10 educators for their opinion on what makes a high-quality curriculum, you’ll likely get 10 different answers. Why? For many teachers, curriculum is personal. It guides their instructional practice and outlines the key concepts their students will need to learn in a school year.

But when it comes to instructional materials, teachers have simply not received the support they need. So as school districts rightfully invest federal pandemic stimulus dollars in high-quality materials, it’s essential that they meaningfully include teachers in the selection and implementation process.

Part of this work has to be understanding teachers’ misconceptions about high-quality materials and engaging in productive conversations about how materials can support their practice. Explore three of these misconceptions in a new blog, and dive into the data revealing the true benefits of high-quality instructional materials >

Are you a teacher with questions about your instructional materials? Or, are you on a materials selection committee with questions about how to meaningfully engage teachers in your process? We want to hear from you. Reply to this email or contact us on Facebook or Twitter.

Thanks for reading,

Janna Chan Janna Chan
EdReports Director of Communications


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