The heart of the Teaching Works strategy is to ensure that all teachers have the training necessary for responsible teaching. We focus on a core set of fundamental capabilities that we call "high-leverage practices."
High-leverage practices are the basic fundamentals of teaching. These practices are used constantly and are critical to helping students learn important content. The high-leverage practices are also central to supporting students’ social and emotional development. These high-leverage practices are used across subject areas, grade levels, and contexts. They are “high-leverage” not only because they matter to student learning but because they are basic for advancing skill in teaching.
Assignment must be written on the 3 chosen HLP: personal experience based on 3 case studies
HLP: High Leverage Practices
3 chosen HLP:
1. Analyzing instruction for the purpose of improving it
2. Checking students’ understanding during and end of lesson
3. Leading group discussion