The term high leverage, as a criterion for those practices most valuable for

The term high leverage, as a criterion for those practices most valuable for teachers to be able to learn and carry out, has caught on rapidly. Among those developing this notion are the Mathematics Methods Planning Group and the Curriculum Group of the Teacher Education Initiative at the University of Michigan; Megan Franke and her … Continue reading “The term high leverage, as a criterion for those practices most valuable for”

  1. The term high leverage, as a criterion for those practices most valuable for teachers to be able to learn and carry out, has caught on rapidly. Among those developing this notion are the Mathematics Methods Planning Group and the Curriculum Group of the Teacher Education Initiative at the University of Michigan; Megan Franke and her colleagues at the University of California, Los Angeles; and Pam Grossman and her col- leagues at Stanford University.

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