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Nov 01, 2021 2021-11-01

Professional Growth

Fundamentals of Impactful Instructional Materials During Remote Instruction

A recent report from the Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL) at Columbia University finds that high-quality instructional materials that incorporate technology, are culturally relevant, and bring caregivers into student learning, helped remote students meet or even exceed expectations during school shutdowns. The report, entitled “Fundamental 4: Pandemic Learning Reveals the Value of High-Quality Instructional Materials to Educator–Family–Student Partnerships,” uses survey data from nine school districts and charter school organizations. Researchers from CPRL found that high-quality instructional materials are strongest and most impactful when dimensions of “high-quality” are expanded from being aligned to standards to also include being tech enabled, culturally responsive and sustaining, and designed to enhance families’ ability to guide student learning and instruction.

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