ELA Student Centered Routines Resources
The following resources accompany the Creating Student-Centered Classrooms guide for teachers and school leaders.
Cultural Relevance Audit (p6)
Bryan-Gooden, J. Hester, M., & Peoples, L. Q. (2019). Culturally Responsive Curriculum Scorecard. New York: Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, New York University.
Recommended for conducting an audit of your curricular materials.
Using Task Sheets In An Online Space (p15)
An example landing page for a sequence of work with the poem “After the Hurricane” by Rita Williams-Garcia.
You might consider studying these task sheets and discussing the differentiated routines during a professional learning community (PLC) meeting.
Recognizing What To Expect When You Begin To Try Out Routines With Students (p16)
Resources for creating high-level sequenced task questions.
Recognizing the Importance of Co-designing the Curriculum (p19)
Hear teachers from Dallas Independent School District discuss the importance of utilizing relevant texts and helping students see that their interests have value.
Learn how Community Design Partners along with teachers and students from Dallas Independent School District worked to co-create an instructional unit on race and racism.