As educators, our number one priority is to support the academic and social-emotional needs of our students. At IEE (Institute for Excellence in Education), we focus on empowering educators so they can exceed the demands of an ever-changing education system.
Our professional development and coaching services help educators meet the unique needs of every student through Continuous Improvement Goals and MICIP (Michigan Integrated Continuous Improvement Process). We believe that all students deserve the opportunity to get the biggest bang for their ESSER buck! Here are IEE‘s 3 evidence-based strategies to mitigate learning loss, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
One of the most powerful professional development tools for teachers is instructional coaching. IEE’s instructional coaches work with teachers one-on-one or in small groups, providing them with personalized support and guidance. Coaches help teachers reflect on their practice, set goals, and try new instructional strategies.
IEE’s leadership development programs are designed to support school leaders as they work to improve teaching and learning in their schools. Our programs provide leaders with the knowledge, skills, and resources they need to effectively lead Continuous Improvement initiatives.
Focused Instructional Model
The Focused Instructional Model is a research-based framework that provides a blueprint for educators to use as they plan and deliver instruction. The model includes three key components: focused instruction, student engagement, and assessment for learning. When these components are implemented with fidelity, they have the potential to increase student achievement up to two grade levels.
Sign Up for Our FREE Webinar Today to Learn More
If you’re interested in learning more about how IEE can support your school or district, sign up for our free webinar today! During the webinar, we’ll provide an overview of our services and share some success stories from schools and districts that have partnered with us. The webinar will be on April 25, 2022, and Sherry Schock and Jill Waliczek will be co-presenting. At the end of the webinar, we will offer participants 15 minutes of a free consultation!