We accelerate student success by helping teachers and school leaders effectively implement evidence-based practices to meet the needs of all your students.
Great Teachers Make A Difference
The Center for Student Achievement Solutions is committed to helping classroom teachers prevent and close equity gaps. We equip teachers with the skills they will need to implement evidence-based practices to impact student performance. The more teachers learn, the better equipped they are to improve the outcomes for all students.
What We Do
Our job-embedded professional development approach encourages teachers to learn, practice, master, and reflect on the implementation of evidence-based practices. The Center for Student Achievement Solutions’ comprehensive, evidence-based approach for creating inclusive and equitable classrooms is built on the premise that all students learn differently.
We Walk The Talk
Our staff of experienced, highly qualified professionals serves as a valuable resource for educators and learners on a range of content related to teacher effectiveness, and improving the outcomes for all students.
Implementation Is A Process, Not A Singular Event.
“Professional development provides teachers with a description of the content and skill; after this event, only 10% can transfer it to their practice; however, when combined with coaching through the implementation process, 95% can transfer the skill (Joyce and Flowers, 1995).”
Transform Classrooms And, Prepare Students For Success
We use ongoing, job-embedded professional development to provide research and evidence-based practices that teachers can successfully implement the next day. The Center for Student Achievement Solutions program strengthens educators’ ability to:
Interpret formative, benchmark, and summative assessment results to identify student’s strengths and areas of need.
Establish learning targets and expectations for students and provide feedback on how they can reach them.
Design standards-based lessons and assessments that measure whether students learned what was taught.
Determine why supplemental resources and when to use targeted evidence-based instructional strategies.
Provide high-quality corrective instruction using high-leverage strategies to help remedy areas that have not been mastered.
Apply new knowledge in the classroom, receive feedback, and reflect on how teaching practices influence student learning.
The Responsibility of School Leaders in Promoting Teacher Effectiveness
Teachers will not be able to master and sustain effective instructional strategies without proper support from their leaders, including principals and assistant principals. CSAS offers School Leadership Development to help you:
Identify why change is necessary, and what kinds of changes will impact student achievement.
Develop a healthy, collaborative school culture to establish shared goals and expectations.
Focus on evidence-based high-leverage instructional strategies to improve student outcomes.
Use implementation science and impact data to make mid-course corrections.
READY TO TAKE TEACHING AND LEARNING TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Schedule a call to design your professional development plan to support and retain your teachers so that your students will soar.