Achievement Triangle

By on October 1, 2012

Watch this on demand webinar to learn about setting high expectations for students. The presentation utilizes a simple concept called the "Achievement Triangle" to show how high expectations with support and rigorous curriculum can move students up.

Too often, our expectations for our students is lower than it needs to be. Although it is true, many of our students come to us lacking fundamental skills, we shouldn't adjust our plans and teach down to them; instead, we should keep our expectations high and implement skill-based strategies to help move all of our students forward.

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