Collaborative Classroom understands the need for intentional and specific planning, particularly during times of uncertainty and change. Ensuring that students feel calm, competent, and a part of the community is more important than ever. Supporting student academic trajectories, while maintaining strong pedagogy is essential. We developed the following guidance documents for Collaborative Classroom programs to assist you and your students as you navigate forward, together:
This document provides guidance to K-6 Collaborative Literacy teachers with considerations for the beginning-of-the-year instruction for 2020-2021. The guidance provided for each grade level is organized by the social and emotional as well as the academic needs, in particular foundational skills, of our students.
Collaborative Classroom’s Remote Learning Guidance (Coming soon)
In response to school closures, schools around the country transformed themselves. Collaborative Classroom understands the need to provide structured guidance if and when our partners need to transition Collaborative Literacy into a distance format. This guidance is intended to support that transition at any time throughout the school year. It includes guidance for both hybrid and fully remote options and all of the digital resources necessary for learning to take place.
This document provides guidance to those implementing SIPPS only with considerations for the beginning-of-the-year instruction for 2020-2021. The guidance provided for each grade level is organized by:
This document provides guidance to those implementing Caring School Community with considerations for the beginning-of-the-year instruction for 2020-2021. Adaptations to existing Class Meetings as well as specific guidance for starting this unique school year will be included.
The Reconnecting and Rebuilding Toolkit (Coming soon)
It is essential to help classrooms, build relationships, support students, and revive learning communities. This toolkit includes general guidance for students returning to the classroom (in-person or virtual), a series of class meetings, and guidance for how to prepare for remote learning in a variety of circumstances. This toolkit is referenced in all of our guidance documents for the 2020-2021 school year as well as our permanent remote support.