POPs

One of the mechanisms to engage teachers in reflection and collaboration around implementation of the common core is through a Problems of Practice protocol, abbreviated POPs.  Every 6 to 8 weeks 3 of the 6 teachers present a problem of practice to the whole group, receive warm and cool feedback, and change an upcoming lesson based on this experience and their own reflection.

The protocol we are using has gone through many drafts, but here is a video of the process and a copy of our latest version of the protocol:

More videos and links to come on the process!

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