Instructional Rounds: A Promising Path to Improving Student Outcomes

Allison Zmuda with Richard Elmore, Diane Ullman, and Eric J. Silberfein, MD

Most educators are working at or very near the limit of their existing skill. Instructional Rounds are a set of protocols and processes for observing, analyzing, discussing and understanding instruction, that can be used to improve student learning. Today we’ll get three perspectives on the efficacy of the rounds model in improving instructional practice.

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May 8, 2009
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Richard F. Elmore called the father of school reform is the Anrig Professor of Educational Leadership at the Harvard Graduate School of Education working with over 40 school systems nationwide on issues of educational policy and leadership. Diane Ullman, PhD. is a Superintendant of 5,000 students from elementary, middle and high school and is nationally recognized as a top performing school district. Eric J. Silberfein, MD, Department of Surgical Oncology, University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center.
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