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Are your teachers planning and teaching exemplary lessons?

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Download this free exemplary lesson assessment to benchmark your planning and instructional practices with those of
exemplary schools.

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How do exemplary schools ensure all lessons are highly effective?


An exemplary instructional framework provides the structure for connecting exemplary practices in every lesson, empowering teachers to plan and teach at their best. With an exemplary instructional framework there is a clear focus on grade level expectations, rigor, support for all students, and consistent and pervasive implementation of research-based and evidence-based learning strategies. The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework includes the top 8 research-based strategies proven to have the highest positive impact on student achievement in EVERY lesson.

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Exemplary Schools focus on when and how students learn.

In contrast, in typical schools:

  • Teachers plan today for tomorrow
  • Most teachers and teams plan differently
  • The use of research-based strategies is random
  • Instruction is often textbook or activity driven
  • Teachers plan in isolation
  • The taught curriculum is loosely aligned to grade-level standards
  • Expectations for students are not grade-level appropriate

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How does an instructional framework make your teachers more effective?

With an instructional framework, teachers are more effective because they:

  •         Plan collaboratively using the common instructional framework
  •         Purposefully plan for learning
  •         Purposefully connect research-based strategies and evidence-based exemplary practices in every lesson plan
  •         Plan with the end in mind
  •         Plan clear grade-level learning goals for each lesson
  •         Plan and use formative assessment to make frequent checks on student progress toward the learning goals
  •         Plan to increase the rigor and depth of learning in every lesson
  •         Plan specific strategies to engage students from poverty
  •         Plan adjustments to provide the support and additional challenge that all students need to be successful in the lesson

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The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework

  • Connects exemplary practices and research-based strategies to maximize learning
  • Provides planning frameworks that ensure teachers know where and when to use exemplary practices and research-based strategies
  • Has built-in formative assessments that provide teachers with continuous data on the question: “Am I bringing them along with me or have some fallen behind in their learning?”
  • Acts as a retainer for all critical school instructional focus strategies and practices. If it is in the lesson plan it doesn’t go away next year or even 4 years from now.

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What are the 8 research-based high yield instructional practices that are connected in every Learning-Focused Lesson that will make your achievement skyrocket?

[/text_output][container id=”” class=”” style=””][text_output]#8 Non-Verbal Representations (effect size .65)

  • Every lesson should include a graphic organizer or build upon an organizer started in a previous lesson
  • Students need to use completed graphic organizers in every lesson as part of assignments

[/text_output][text_output]#7 Advance Organizers (effect size .73)

  • Activate student thinking at the beginning of lessons and units using an Advance Organizer

[/text_output][text_output]#6 Writing To Raise Achievement (effect size .82)

  • Summary Point Writing
  • At some point in each lesson, ask students to summarize, clarify, explain, list, give example, etc. in writing
  • Writing to Inform

[/text_output][text_output]#5 Reading Comprehension (effect size .82)

  • Comprehension strategies guide reading assignments
  • Focus on the top seven strategies
  • Grade Level Reading Assignments with focus on Text Structure

[/text_output][text_output]#4 Vocabulary (effect size .85)

  • Preview key vocabulary at start of units and lessons (Research-Based Vocabulary Strategies)
  • Emphasize the key vocabulary during lesson
  • Students use key vocabulary at end of lessons to summarize

[/text_output][text_output]#3 Organizational and Instructional Focus on
Accelerating Learning (effect size .88)

  • Inclusion/Co-teaching setting for grade-level curriculum access
  • Double dose each day as a preview to classroom lesson
  • Double dose time scaffolds grade-level content and assignments

[/text_output][text_output]#2 Summarizing (effect size 1.00)

  • Distribute summarizing across lessons (students do the summarizing)
  • Organize classrooms in numbered heads/pairs for summarizing
  • Students summarize at the end of each lesson (answer essential question)

[/text_output][text_output]#1 Higher Order Thinking (effect size 1.61)

  • Students need to learn the process for using each Level of Learning 3 and 4 strategy
  • Have students use Levels of Learning 3 and 4 strategies with content, concepts, and skills they are learning

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The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework: Your Pathway to Exemplary provides you with a focus on:

  • The High Performance Learning-Focused Lesson
  • Teaching with Higher Order Thinking and Rigor in Mind
  • Accelerating Learning for All Students

We know that every school is different and will have different needs to meet their goals. This is why we have different versions of The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework – so we can better meet your specific needs! One of these seven frameworks will provide you with exactly what you need to focus on to increase teaching effectiveness and accelerate learning in your school.[/text_output]

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LF INSTRUCTIONAL FRAMEWORK2The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework: Lessons You Can Believe In

The biggest difference between typical and exemplary schools is how teachers plan. Teachers who intentionally plan lessons that connect the most effective strategies within each lesson, ensure that all students meet or exceed grade-level standards. With a framework specifically designed for the most effective teaching and learning, teachers will consistently and pervasively plan and teach at the levels needed for all students to be successful. With The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework: Lessons You Can Believe In, teachers will increase their capacity to plan and implement exemplary lessons that engage all students in mastering rigorous content. (Item #940)

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Rigor-webTeaching with Rigor in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Higher Order Thinking and Rigor

The key to increasing the rigor of classroom instruction is to plan lessons in which instruction progresses through the four levels of learning, complexity is gradually increased, and students are consistently challenged to use Higher Order Thinking to analyze and reason logically about what they are learning. With Teaching with Rigor in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Higher Order Thinking and Rigor, teachers have a practical, yet effective system for planning and teaching so all students are learning at high levels and can successfully demonstrate learning at the levels expected by the new generation of standards and assessments.  (Item #945)

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Achievement gapAddressing the Root Causes of Academic Failure: An Instructional Framework for Moving Beyond Remediation to Close Achievement Gaps

With Addressing the Root Causes of Academic Failure: An Instructional Framework for Moving Beyond Remediation to Close Achievement Gaps, teachers purposefully plan learning opportunities in their lessons that address the root causes of academic failure. Without an instructional framework specifically designed for personalizing instruction for all students, it is extremely challenging for teachers to consistently and pervasively plan and teach struggling students so they successfully learn grade-level concepts and skills. This framework gives teachers the tools and structure to plan and deliver instruction that supports all students.  (Item #947)

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High-Poverty-WebTeaching in High Poverty Schools: An Instructional Framework for Engaging All Students

Purposefully engaging students from poverty is a difficult task; however, when teachers consistently plan specific strategies within an instructional framework, student engagement increases significantly. With Teaching in High Poverty Schools: An Instructional Framework for Engaging All Students, teachers will have the knowledge and tools to provide the highest levels of support and engagement for students from poverty in every lesson.  (Item #943)

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personalized learningLearning is Personal: An Instructional Framework for Differentiating Instruction

Learning is Personal: An Instructional Framework for Differentiating Instruction ensures that teachers have the knowledge, skills, and structure to consistently and pervasively plan and teach lessons that are differentiated to meet the needs of all students. With an instructional framework specifically designed for personalizing instruction, teachers can consistently and pervasively plan and teach so all students successfully master or exceed grade-level expectations.  (Item #949)

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Good-to-Great-webFrom Good to Great: An Instructional Framework for Advancing Teaching

Teachers are the number one factor for student achievement. With a framework specifically designed for effective teaching, teachers will have a structure for consistently and pervasively planning and teaching the most effective lessons, with the most effective learning strategies for their students so that all of their students are highly successful. With From Good to Great: An Instructional Framework for Advancing Teaching, teachers will have the support to be highly effective and the freedom to unleash their professional teaching strengths, ensuring the highest academic success of their students.  (Item #951)

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Literacy-WebTeaching with Comprehension in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Literacy-Focused Schools

The new generation of standards emphasize the importance of literacy in all content areas. With a framework specifically designed to plan and teach literacy integrated with content, teachers will have the structure for developing exemplary lessons with a high literacy focus. The Teaching with Comprehension in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Literacy-Focused Schools is a critical system for intentionally planning lessons that focus on building literacy growth for all students that deepens understanding of academic content.  (Item #955)

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Each seminar has limited space and is on a first-confirmed-first-served-bases, so don’t wait long. Make sure your leadership team doesn’t miss out on this opportunity to accelerate your school.

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Are your teachers planning and teaching exemplary lessons?

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Download this free exemplary lesson assessment to benchmark your planning and instructional practices with those of
exemplary schools.

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How do exemplary schools ensure all lessons are highly effective?


An exemplary instructional framework provides the structure for connecting exemplary practices in every lesson, empowering teachers to plan and teach at their best. With an exemplary instructional framework there is a clear focus on grade level expectations, rigor, support for all students, and consistent and pervasive implementation of research-based and evidence-based learning strategies. The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework includes the top 8 research-based strategies proven to have the highest positive impact on student achievement in EVERY lesson.

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Exemplary Schools focus on when and how students learn.

In contrast, in typical schools:

  • Teachers plan today for tomorrow
  • Most teachers and teams plan differently
  • The use of research-based strategies is random
  • Instruction is often textbook or activity driven
  • Teachers plan in isolation
  • The taught curriculum is loosely aligned to grade-level standards
  • Expectations for students are not grade-level appropriate

[/text_output][callout type=”center” target=”blank” title=”Accelerate Your School’s Achievement!” message=”Start accelerating achievement in your school with an exemplary lesson planning and instructional framework today!” button_text=”Click to start accelerating your school’s achievement” href=”http://www.achievenowpd.com/learning-focused-instructional-framework/” id=”” class=”” style=”border-radius: 10px; box-shadow: 1px 1px 5px 3px #006400″]

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How does an instructional framework make your teachers more effective?

With an instructional framework, teachers are more effective because they:

  • Plan collaboratively using the common instructional framework
  • Purposefully plan for learning
  • Purposefully connect research-based strategies and evidence-based exemplary practices in every lesson plan
  • Plan with the end in mind
  • Plan clear grade-level learning goals for each lesson
  • Plan and use formative assessment to make frequent checks on student progress toward the learning goals
  • Plan to increase the rigor and depth of learning in every lesson
  • Plan specific strategies to engage students from poverty
  • Plan adjustments to provide the support and additional challenge that all students need to be successful in the lesson

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The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework

  • Connects exemplary practices and research-based strategies to maximize learning
  • Provides planning frameworks that ensure teachers know where and when to use exemplary practices and research-based strategies
  • Has built-in formative assessments that provide teachers with continuous data on the question: “Am I bringing them along with me or have some fallen behind in their learning?”
  • Acts as a retainer for all critical school instructional focus strategies and practices. If it is in the lesson plan it doesn’t go away next year or even 4 years from now.

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What are the 8 research-based high yield instructional practices that are connected in every Learning-Focused Lesson that will make your achievement skyrocket?

[/text_output][container id=”” class=”” style=””][text_output]#8 Non-Verbal Representations (effect size .65)

  • Every lesson should include a graphic organizer or build upon an organizer started in a previous lesson
  • Students need to use completed graphic organizers in every lesson as part of assignments

[/text_output][text_output]#7 Advance Organizers (effect size .73)

  • Activate student thinking at the beginning of lessons and units using an Advance Organizer

[/text_output][text_output]#6 Writing To Raise Achievement (effect size .82)

  • Summary Point Writing
  • At some point in each lesson, ask students to summarize, clarify, explain, list, give example, etc. in writing
  • Writing to Inform

[/text_output][text_output]#5 Reading Comprehension (effect size .82)

  • Comprehension strategies guide reading assignments
  • Focus on the top seven strategies
  • Grade Level Reading Assignments with focus on Text Structure

[/text_output][text_output]#4 Vocabulary (effect size .85)

  • Preview key vocabulary at start of units and lessons (Research-Based Vocabulary Strategies)
  • Emphasize the key vocabulary during lesson
  • Students use key vocabulary at end of lessons to summarize

[/text_output][text_output]#3 Organizational and Instructional Focus on
Accelerating Learning (effect size .88)

  • Inclusion/Co-teaching setting for grade-level curriculum access
  • Double dose each day as a preview to classroom lesson
  • Double dose time scaffolds grade-level content and assignments

[/text_output][text_output]#2 Summarizing (effect size 1.00)

  • Distribute summarizing across lessons (students do the summarizing)
  • Organize classrooms in numbered heads/pairs for summarizing
  • Students summarize at the end of each lesson (answer essential question)

[/text_output][text_output]#1 Higher Order Thinking (effect size 1.61)

  • Students need to learn the process for using each Level of Learning 3 and 4 strategy
  • Have students use Levels of Learning 3 and 4 strategies with content, concepts, and skills they are learning

[/text_output][/container]

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Discover the Instructional Framework that best meets your need:

The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework

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The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework: Your Pathway to Exemplary provides you with a focus on:

  • The High Performance Learning-Focused Lesson
  • Teaching with Higher Order Thinking and Rigor in Mind
  • Accelerating Learning for All Students

We know that every school is different and will have different needs to meet their goals. This is why we have different versions of The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework – so we can better meet your specific needs! One of these seven frameworks will provide you with exactly what you need to focus on to increase teaching effectiveness and accelerate learning in your school.[/text_output]

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LF INSTRUCTIONAL FRAMEWORK2The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework: Lessons You Can Believe In

The biggest difference between typical and exemplary schools is how teachers plan. Teachers who intentionally plan lessons that connect the most effective strategies within each lesson, ensure that all students meet or exceed grade-level standards. With a framework specifically designed for the most effective teaching and learning, teachers will consistently and pervasively plan and teach at the levels needed for all students to be successful. With The Learning-Focused Instructional Framework: Lessons You Can Believe In, teachers will increase their capacity to plan and implement exemplary lessons that engage all students in mastering rigorous content. (Item #940)

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Rigor-webTeaching with Rigor in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Higher Order Thinking and Rigor

The key to increasing the rigor of classroom instruction is to plan lessons in which instruction progresses through the four levels of learning, complexity is gradually increased, and students are consistently challenged to use Higher Order Thinking to analyze and reason logically about what they are learning. With Teaching with Rigor in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Higher Order Thinking and Rigor, teachers have a practical, yet effective system for planning and teaching so all students are learning at high levels and can successfully demonstrate learning at the levels expected by the new generation of standards and assessments. (Item #945)

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Achievement gapAddressing the Root Causes of Academic Failure: An Instructional Framework for Moving Beyond Remediation to Close Achievement Gaps

With Addressing the Root Causes of Academic Failure: An Instructional Framework for Moving Beyond Remediation to Close Achievement Gaps, teachers purposefully plan learning opportunities in their lessons that address the root causes of academic failure. Without an instructional framework specifically designed for personalizing instruction for all students, it is extremely challenging for teachers to consistently and pervasively plan and teach struggling students so they successfully learn grade-level concepts and skills. This framework gives teachers the tools and structure to plan and deliver instruction that supports all students. (Item #947)

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High-Poverty-WebTeaching in High Poverty Schools: An Instructional Framework for Engaging All Students

Purposefully engaging students from poverty is a difficult task; however, when teachers consistently plan specific strategies within an instructional framework, student engagement increases significantly. With Teaching in High Poverty Schools: An Instructional Framework for Engaging All Students, teachers will have the knowledge and tools to provide the highest levels of support and engagement for students from poverty in every lesson. (Item #943)

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personalized learningLearning is Personal: An Instructional Framework for Differentiating Instruction

Learning is Personal: An Instructional Framework for Differentiating Instruction ensures that teachers have the knowledge, skills, and structure to consistently and pervasively plan and teach lessons that are differentiated to meet the needs of all students. With an instructional framework specifically designed for personalizing instruction, teachers can consistently and pervasively plan and teach so all students successfully master or exceed grade-level expectations. (Item #949)

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Good-to-Great-webFrom Good to Great: An Instructional Framework for Advancing Teaching

Teachers are the number one factor for student achievement. With a framework specifically designed for effective teaching, teachers will have a structure for consistently and pervasively planning and teaching the most effective lessons, with the most effective learning strategies for their students so that all of their students are highly successful. With From Good to Great: An Instructional Framework for Advancing Teaching, teachers will have the support to be highly effective and the freedom to unleash their professional teaching strengths, ensuring the highest academic success of their students. (Item #951)

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Literacy-WebTeaching with Comprehension in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Literacy-Focused Schools

The new generation of standards emphasize the importance of literacy in all content areas. With a framework specifically designed to plan and teach literacy integrated with content, teachers will have the structure for developing exemplary lessons with a high literacy focus. The Teaching with Comprehension in Mind: An Instructional Framework for Literacy-Focused Schools is a critical system for intentionally planning lessons that focus on building literacy growth for all students that deepens understanding of academic content. (Item #955)

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[text_output]Discover more about the 8 Proven Steps for Increasing Achievement. Check seminar locations in your area!

I learned moreHow you lead is key to becoming an exemplary school. What are the practices that make the top school leaders in the country so effective at increasing teacher performance and accelerating?

This education leadership seminar, 8 Proven Steps for Increasing Achievement, provides eight specific practices for making your students more successful and your teachers more effective.[/text_output]

[text_output]

Register Now!

Each seminar has limited space and is on a first-confirmed-first-served-bases, so don’t wait long. Make sure your leadership team doesn’t miss out on this opportunity to accelerate your school.

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