- Format: Paperback | 136 pages
- Dimensions: 152 x 228 x 8.89mm | 230g
- Publication date: 13 Apr 2006
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
- Publication City/Country: Thousand Oaks, United States
- Language: English
- ISBN10: 1412926424
- ISBN13: 9781412926423
- Bestsellers rank: 73,894
'This is a timely and thought-provoking book. Fullan, Hill, and Crevola address the complexity of teaching and leading, and offer a compelling way forward that focuses on learning for all students through personalization, precision teaching, and professional learning for educators. By connecting assessment with learning, leading with teaching and learning, and classrooms instruction with district and government roles and responsibilities, the authors present an integrated approach that promises to 'breakthrough' the sterile standardization that plagues contemporary education' - Dean Fink, Professor, OISE/University of Toronto , and author of Leadership for Mortals (Paul Chapman Publishing, 2005)
'An outstanding book for educators to transform classroom practice and learning strategies. It builds important perspectives on personalizing learning that will inform current practice. Highly recommended' - Brent Davies, Professor, University of Hull, and author of The Essentials of School Leadership (Paul Chapman Publishing, 2005)
Redesign classroom instruction to transform learning for both students and teachers!
Breakthrough presents a revolutionary new approach to educational reform, breaking away from the conventional paradigm to help educators create focused instruction, transform the classroom experience, and dramatically raise and sustain performance levels for students and teachers alike. This book provides the breakthrough concepts needed for developing precise, validated, data-driven instruction personalized to each and every student.
Synthesizing the best of current instructional models, this framework focuses on the Triple P Core Breakthrough Components: Personalization - meaningful, student-centered classroom interactions; Precision - using formative assessments to monitor individual student progress; and Professional Learning - daily, ongoing learning for all educators.
Helping educators create expert instructional systems, while breaking through the "prescription trap," the authors introduce unique elements of the Breakthrough model, including:
* improvement by design
* assessment for learning
* critical learning instructional paths
* mapping instructional paths
* smart use of data to drive instruction
* locking in ongoing improvement.
Breakthrough establishes the tipping point for moving toward personalized, high-quality instruction and learning in the classroom to ensure continuous improvement and ongoing academic success.