The Pre-Implementation Guide contains all of the information that should be considered by districts prior to TEKS R/S implementation. Included in this section are considerations, action steps, and informational materials that can be shared with all stakeholders. For optimal implementation results, it is recommended that all facets of the pre-implementation guide be put into action.
The materials in the Implementation Phase are designed to empower district and campus curriculum leaders to train and guide their staff. The activities and presentations help administrators and teachers navigate the TEKS Resource System in order to ensure that district expectations are followed..
The purpose of the Ongoing/Multi-Year phase is to ensure that districts do not lose sight of the importance of maintaining a commitment to implementing TEKS Resource System with fidelity. Included in the ongoing multi-year support section of the guide are tools and resources that will allow the district to determine the effectiveness of the implementation process.
Get started with these two presentations that provide an overview of the Pacing Tools. These are meant to support teachers by providing guidance on how the Pacing Tools are organized and the information they contain.
Provide teachers pacing suggestions when planning from the IFD.
This easy to use tool organizes all of the standards for a given time period and grade together, allowing teachers to see where they can combine relevant content and make strong real-world connections for students.
This tool is designed with elementary students. It brings together all the things that students need to learn at a certain grade level and during a specific time. This helps teachers figure out how they can mix similar topics and create connections that make sense in the real world for you, the students.
Created for secondary students, this tool unites the essential concepts across grades and time periods. Educators can utilize it to blend related subjects and establish meaningful real-world associations, enhancing your learning experience.
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This online platform is designed to support early childhood educators in their efforts to provide high-quality instruction and learning for their young students. The framework includes a sequence and scope of content based on the Texas Prekindergarten Guidelines.
During the prekindergarten years, children make connections between listening, speaking, reading and writing.
During the prekindergarten years, children build their mathematical understandings as they progress through sequenced opportunities to explore math skills.
During the prekindergarten years, children learn about their natural world.
During the prekindergarten years, children gain an understanding of self, family and their environment.
The purpose of the World Language Curriculum Framework is to provide Texas LOTE teachers with a TEKS-aligned pathway to develop student language performance and communication in the target language at a specified proficiency level.
The framework contains:
Students will develop Novice Mid – Novice High proficiency in the target language. They will understand culturally authentic texts like infographics and short videos; and they’ll converse in pairs and write short posts about familiar topics using memorized words and phrases.
Students will develop Intermediate Low – Intermediate Mid proficiency in the target language. They will understand connected statements from culturally authentic texts and videos, converse in pairs, and write short pieces on topics about and beyond everyday life using strings of sentences.
Students will develop Novice High – Intermediate Low proficiency in the target language. They will understand culturally authentic, sentence-length texts and videos, converse in pairs, and write short posts about familiar topics using phrases, short statements, and simple sentences.
Learn the success criteria for implementing the World Language curriculum framework plus planning tips and pitfalls to avoid.
Academics Outdoors is designed to encourage learning in the great outdoors. Included are outdoor learning activities, guide books, student journals, and other resources.
Immerse your students in hands-on outdoor learning with guides and journals, blending theory with real-world observation. Explore, reflect, and discover in the great outdoors.
Let your students experience academic exploration outdoors, real close to home! With three camping locations near Dallas, TX, our program merges education with the natural world.
All of the units in this course are designed to help students move towards overarching transferable career navigation goals.
Identify and explain the types of effective leadership roles to students
Create and justify a financial plan to achieve their chosen career pathway.
Justify their choices for high school courses based on their interest and ability to have vertical and horizontal movement in a career pathway of interest.
Demonstrate effective use of non-technical skills.
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