With Classroom Visits, instructional leaders make better, data-guided decisions about the supports they provide to educators.

Classroom visits are an essential tool in supporting and improving the quality of teaching and learning in classrooms. MWM Classroom Visits provide instructional leaders with a research-validated observation protocol designed to create a common language, clear expectations, and formative feedback about classroom instruction.

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With Classroom Visits, instructional leaders make better, data-guided decisions about the supports they provide to educators.

Classroom visits are an essential tool in supporting and improving the quality of teaching and learning in classrooms. MWM Classroom Visits provide instructional leaders with a research-validated observation protocol designed to create a common language, clear expectations, and formative feedback about classroom instruction.

What do MWM Classroom Visits Measure?

What do MWM Classroom Visits Measure?

Engagement
of students in the learning experience

Alignment
of instruction to learning standards

Rigor
of content and pedagogy

Engagement
of students in the learning experience

Alignment
of instruction to learning standards

Rigor
of content and pedagogy

Our classroom visit protocol gives powerful insight into the most essential elements of effective classroom practices.

How MWM Classroom Visits fit into our Theory of Change

Our classroom visit protocol gives powerful insight into the most essential elements of effective classroom practices.

From insight to action:

Data are collected during 20-minute classroom visits by trained educators. Reports are available at the classroom, subject area, school and district level.

We train instructional leaders to interpret the results, engage in reflective conversations, provide ongoing, formative feedback to teachers, and plan professional development supports for educators.

From insight to action:

Data are collected during 20-minute classroom visits by trained educators. Reports are available at the classroom, subject area, school and district level.

We train instructional leaders to interpret the results, engage in reflective conversations, provide ongoing, formative feedback to teachers, and plan professional development supports for educators.

How does the process work?

Option 1:
Instructional Quality Snapshot

IRRE will send trained educators to conduct classroom visits. We will present your results, show you how to access your findings and answer questions about results.

or

Option 2:
Building Your Capacity to Assess Effective Practices in the Classroom

IRRE’s Teaching, Leading & Learning team will provide on-site and virtual support to:

• Collect classroom visit data
• Interpret findings
• Engage staff in discussion of results
• Provide instructional coaching using results

How does the process work?

Option 1:
Instructional Quality Snapshot

IRRE will send trained educators to conduct classroom visits. We will present your results, show you how to access your findings and answer questions about results.

or

Option 2:
Building Your Capacity to Assess Effective Practices in the Classroom

IRRE’s Teaching, Leading & Learning team will provide on-site and virtual support to:

• Collect classroom visit data
• Interpret findings
• Engage staff in discussion of results
• Provide instructional coaching using results

Let’s Get Started

Let IRRE help you create transformational change.
Call or email us today!

Let’s Get Started

Let IRRE help you create transformational change.
Call or email us today!

Phone:

732.557.0200

Email:

info@irre.org

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