CORE Collaborative Inquiry

A New Instructional Decision-Making Framework that Centers Teachers in Their Own Learning

CORE Collaborative Inquiry is a curriculum-aligned professional learning model that puts teachers at the center of decision-making, pairing an asset-focused approach with effective and engaging instructional resources.

Together, teachers and school leaders will grow student belonging, academic identity, and achievement by…

Instructional CoreUsing the instructional core to cultivate and observe active learning within their classrooms

Analyzing EvidenceAnalyzing evidence from classroom interactions to make instructional
decisions that build and deepen students’ understanding of content

Pedagogical RoutinesLeveraging curriculum-aligned pedagogical routines to design student experiences that foster self-directed learners

Black student raising his hand

A Three-Year Learning Arc

Over three years, teams of teachers and school leaders will deepen instructional practice and prepare for sustaining teams beyond our involvement.

Three year learning arc

Students Become Self-Directed Learners, Building on a Foundation of Active Learning

 

CORE Collaborative Inquiry Process

Join an Upcoming Information Session to Learn More About CORE Collaborative Inquiry

April 28, 2022

10:00–11:00 a.m. PT

April 29, 2022

4:00–5:00 p.m. PT

May 5, 2022

10:00–11:00 a.m. PT

May 6, 2022

4:00–5:00 p.m. PT

Sign Up for a No-Cost CORE Collaborative Inquiry Learning Lab

During the Learning Labs we will focus on how students can monitor their thinking and mistakes when learning mathematics.

Elementary
Learning Lab

May 12
3:30–5:00 p.m. PT

Middle School Learning Lab

May 13
3:30–5:00 p.m. PT

Want to learn more?

Contact CCI@CORELearn.com with any questions about the upcoming information sessions, learning labs, or CORE Collaborative Inquiry. You can also learn more about CORE Collaborative Inquiry by downloading our flyer.

An Instructional Decision-Making Framework

Teachers work in teams to study their own classrooms and work with an expert facilitator to identify and implement instructional practices that will make a difference in their classrooms.

1.

Conceptualize the Ideal

Define student success indicators for active learning

2.

Analyze Evidence to Focus Direction

Observe how students are attaining indicators to find gaps from classroom evidence

3.

Choose Solutions

Implement high-quality instruction that reflects teacher creativity and students’ assets, culture and needs

4.

Adjust Implementation

Analyze feedback to grow student agency and engagement as active members of the classroom community