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Welcome to the Hastings Public Schools Instructional Wiki. This is the home page. On the left, there is a navigation bar where you may select a page to visit. This navigation bar also has a "CIA home" page, to return you to the HPS CIA home page. The Logo at the top of the page will return you to the Instructional Wiki Homepage.

Hastings Public Schools designs Instruction around Marzano's Instructional Framework and the 9 Design Questions and 41 Elements based on the Art and Science of Teaching that formats Lesson Segments Involving Routine Events, Addressing Content, and Enacted on the Spot. Each of the 41 Elements has a Protocol with strategies, teacher evidence, and student evidence to reach the desired effect of each lesson and element. A scale for each element's protocol is provided to rate teacher performance for instruction.The Lessons range from not using to innovating teaching strategies.

Online Resources:


NEW!!!

Growth Mindset


The Stanford Project for Education Research That Scales (PERTS – https://www.perts.net) are offering online growth mindset training modules for teachers and encouraging grassroots efforts to spread effective practices.


Online music resources – Oakland, California 4th-grade teacher Cathy Robinson recommends several websites with music that can be used for instructional purposes:
- www.flocabulary.com uses hip-hop to teach concepts K-12;
- http://rock2thecore.com has K-5 music aligned to Common Core math and ELA;
- www.ScratchGarden.com and www.Grammaropolis.com have animations that help students visualize language concepts.

“Stuck on a Concept? Try Music” by Cathy Robinson in Education Update, November 2016 (Vol. 58, #11, p. 8), http://bit.ly/2gba0GI