Implementation Integrity: Keeping Up Momentum with the TXMS
The Carnegie Learning TXMS Implmenentation Integrity webinar provided concrete and actionable steps for teachers in their classrooms and when preparing for a lesson. Read on to access critical resources and watch a recording of the webinar. The notes companion guide is available via the link below.
When discussing curriculum implementation, two terms are heavily used, implementation fidelity and implementation integrity. Fidelity suggests a rigid implementation approach where the curriculum is carried out precisely as it is written and laid out. Therefore, there is little flexibility for modifying content to suit the needs of your students. Implementation integrity provides a more flexible approach that allows teachers to change and adapt content materials to suit the needs and learning of the students. With a mindset toward integrity, teachers can adapt High-Quality Instructional Materials (HQIM) to support ALL learners in the classroom.
Additional Resource: Integrity over Fidelity
Additional Resource: Lesson Internalization
Read the Facilitator Notes for Engage, Develop, and Demonstrate. Make a note of important ideas, suggestions, or questions. Then begin to map out how you will chunk the activities you want to include in your lesson plan.
Additional Resource: Cultivating a Blended Learning Approach
How do we connect what students are doing in MATHia to the lesson?
Teachers can target specific questions aligned with skills from a particular lesson using the Content Browser in Teacher's Toolkit. The video below shows how to access the Content Browser.
Additional Resource: Navigating the MATHia Content Browser
Additional Resource: Utilizing the Assignments