Every Student Counts, Every Moment Matters!
This is the principal's monitoring checklist for CIF strategies.
This handout provides an overview of each of the Common Instructional Framework strategies.
A concept chair is another seminar tool to allow students to discuss a philosophical, political, interesting statement.
Brainstorming is a technique used to produce ideas related to a particular problem, topic, or theme.
Wagon Wheel activity helps stimulate lots of generative thinking in a very short time.
Chalk Talk is a silent way to reflect, generate ideas, check on learning, develop projects or solve problems.
Boundary breaking is a group interaction encounter experience that works toward the end of creating a sense of community by bringing people together in groups that might not come together otherwise.
Encounter lessons are short duration activities that get students involved in using their senses to react to external stimili. Tha activity is open-ended as possible to allow students to bring their uniqueness to the task.