Where should you begin? We encourage you to dive into this site’s pages and explore, but if you want some help navigating where to start, check out the tools below. Each gives you a slightly different way to think about how to begin, so read the descriptions and pick the tool that makes the most sense for you.
This provides an overview of the action research Instruction Partners conducted, common pitfalls, the framework for success, considerations about equity, and more.
This resource shares common problems or challenges that people have in selection and implementation and where to look in the framework to solve them. Read through the problems to see if there are any that speak to your experience and then start at the suggested point of solution.
This map guides you through yes and no questions, starting at the very beginning of the process selection, to determine where to begin.
This self-reflection tool allows you to look back on all of the work you have done so far to determine where you might have missed steps or need additional focus. This is most helpful if you are already using materials and trying to figure out where to look to improve implementation.
This resource outlines all of the phases, key actions, and steps for the entire selection, preparation, and teaching and learning process.
If you’d like a partner in this work, please explore the support services Instruction Partners can provide.