I nstructional L earning C ycle:. O verview. Office of Education Improvement and Innovation. Course Objectives. Upon completion of this course you will: Be familiar with the phases of the Instructional Learning Cycle .
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Office of Education Improvement and Innovation
Upon completion of this course you will:
Be familiar with the phases of the Instructional Learning Cycle.
Be able to successfully implement the phases of the Instructional Learning Cycle within a team in your building.
Homework practice matched the lesson
Teacher is prepared
Students understand and participate
Students perform well on tests
Teachers use examples and good explanations
Students are proficient in standards
I taught all of the concepts
Why did they do so poorly?
How do you align the components?
How do you know when what you’ve planned is working and when you should make changes?
Is there a repeatable process that you can use to help plan instruction?
ILC is NOT . . .
ILC is . . .
Ongoing, iterative process
A one time event
A document or report
Based on theory of regular dialogue around implementation and impact
Ensuring the perfect lesson or unit
Promote the continuous use of student data (such as formative, interim, and summative assessment data and student work) to inform and differentiate instruction to meet academic needs of individual students.
Gold Standard for Implementation