Tulia is working to address significant literacy gaps and develop a sense of value in academic progress amongst their students, staff, parents and larger Tulia community. Participants will see pilot classrooms which are generally organized around instructional playlists and personalized learning pathways. Learning modalities include individual and collaborative activities, self-directed work through online programs, reviews of flipped lessons, individual study, and direct instruction. Over time, teachers have also introduced opportunities for students to track their own learning data and, in many cases, make decisions on the pace and/or path of their learning. The HIghland Primary campus has taken a campus wide pilot approach and centered on fostering increases in student progress ownership, transparency in learning, and student agency though data-driven learning practices.
March 5, 2019, 8:30 – 11:45 am
Highland Primary School, 800 NW 9th St, Tulia, TX 79088
Swinburn Elementary, 300 N Dallas Ave, Tulia, TX 79088
Tulia Junior High School, 421 NE 3rd St, Tulia, TX 79088
Tulia High School, 501 Hornet Pl, Tulia, TX 79088