Effective Practices in the Classroom uses Measuring What Matters: Classroom Visits to build a non-evaluative system of support to improve the quality of teaching and learning in classrooms.

Effective Practices in the Classroom combines a research-validated observation protocol with intensive training on effective coaching practices so that instructional leaders can provide consistent, meaningful, and formative feedback to teachers.

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Effective Practices in the Classroom uses Measuring What Matters: Classroom Visits to build a non-evaluative system of support to improve the quality of teaching and learning in classrooms.

Effective Practices in the Classroom combines a research-validated observation protocol with intensive training on effective coaching practices so that instructional leaders can provide consistent, meaningful, and formative feedback to teachers.

Data guided, continuous instructional improvement

We build instructional leader’s capacity to use Measuring What Matters Classroom Visits to support the use of effective instructional practices in the classroom. Our supports seek to create learning environments where:

Data guided, continuous instructional improvement

Students are actively engaged

Instructional content is aligned to academic standards

Students experience rigorous content and pedagogy

Students are actively engaged


Instructional content is aligned to academic standards


Students experience rigorous content and pedagogy

We build instructional leaders’ capacity to support continuous instructional improvement and the use of effective practices in the classroom.

How Effective Practices in the Classroom 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 education 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 education supports for educators.

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Let IRRE help you create transformational change.
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Let’s Get Started

Let IRRE help you create transformational change.
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