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Fountain Valley High School as been using teacher-directed Instructional Rounds since 2011. While informed by Elmore’s book Instructional Rounds in Education, our practice more closely parallels Marzano’s protocol.

Take a peek at what our teachers and district think about Instructional Rounds:

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  1. You should feel very proud about integrating Learning Rounds into your professional culture. This video is outstanding – LRs break down barriers between students and staff, models a culture of ongoing learning/exploration, and helps staff get to know each other! We’ve have made some attempts at my school to do this, with different technical/cultural hurdles getting in the way. Despite the hurdles, the desire to do work like this is still strong. Hopefully the example you are setting will help us on our journey. Many thanks.

  2. […] school-wide “problems of practice.”  I recommend that you and your staff watch their promotional trailer now.  Having been a part of two failed efforts to bring a form of IR to my own school, I sense […]

  3. […] running an instructional rounds session. I heard it was GREAT. What a wonderful opportunity to show Instructional Rounds (IR) in action. After a brief introduction he took his entire group to a session or two so they could observe […]

  4. […] an instructional rounds session and it looked awesome. What a wonderful opportunity to show Instructional Rounds (IR) in action. David explains, “After a brief introduction he took his entire group to a session or two so […]

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