• Classroom procedures posted & understood

  • PBIS in place

  • Materials - organized & accessible by students

  • Organized for collaboration

  • Formative & Summative utilized

  • Collaborative lesson planning

  • Lesson plans aligned

  • Mini-lessons utilized correctly

  • Rigor & HOTS observed

  • Students engaged in inquiry

  • Standards posted

  • Teachers and students use language of standards

  • Technology used by students

  • Essential Questions meaningful & posted

  • Word wall posted

  • Flexible grouping

  • Common assessments

  • Rubrics

  • Evidence of differentiation

  • Feedback posted w student work

  • Research based strategies

  • DIBELS display

  • BMs displayed

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