Include an introduction and conclusion. As a connoisseur of instruction, a leader of learners, you must share your expertise with school and district personnel. How would you compare and contrast the strategies so they understand the uniqueness of each while still seeing how they are interconnected? After completing this, share your table with at least two school or district colleagues, and revise for clarity as needed.
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Include an introduction and conclusion. As a connoisseur of instruction, a leader of learners, you must share your expertise with school and district personnel. How would you compare and contrast the strategies so they understand the uniqueness of each while still seeing how they are interconnected?
After completing this, share your table with at least two school or district colleagues, and revise for clarity as needed. Include one to two descriptors that depict what each strategy would look like when observed in a classroom.
Describe your experience of sharing the information with at least two school or district colleagues and any revisions to the table that resulted from your conversations. Discuss how your table, and the knowledge gained from creating it, could help improve student learning in your school or district.
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