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Cristina Strunk and Meg Strandell

Cristina is devoted to creating meaningful learning experiences for students. She loves walks with her dogs Scully and Mulder, and spicy foods. Meg is a curriculum nerd passionate about equitable access to strong instruction. She loves to read, bake for friends, and swim.

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Curriculum Strategy & Adoption  |  Personalized Learning

Personalizing within the Curriculum: High Quality Instructional Materials as a Lever for Student-Centered Learning

Over the last 10 years, we have seen a significant shift in how educators access and leverage instructional materials to guide instruction. As many states adopted new, more rigorous standards, curriculum providers rushed to create materials that would prepare students for college and career and state assessments. Though it took time, the current market for high-quality instructional materials (HQIM) is strong and presents states, districts, and educators with a different set of challenges. With so many options, how do you select the best materials to meet your needs and context, and how do you leverage these materials to foster student-centered learning? Join us as we explore key issues and potential solutions through a series of blogs, webinars, and videos.

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