The end of the school year and the impending ESSER cliff are two forces compelling districts to review their K-12 curriculum materials to determine which instructional resources to keep and which to discard. If you are involved in making those decisions in your district, the first question you are likely asking is, “Which materials are teachers using?” Several companies, including Canvas and Lightspeed Systems, can help you track the usage of digital materials. A staff survey and/or Input from instructional coaches can help gauge the usage of print materials.
The next, and equally, if not more important question to answer is “Which materials should teachers be using?” Not all materials are created equally. Auditing your materials will help you separate the wheat from the chaff so that you can identify the high-quality materials to keep.
This blog provides actionable, step-by-step guidance to help you audit your instructional materials.
If you need help streamlining the process, Learning List’s auditing tool can help. Contact us to learn more.