Woodland’s “Instructional Rounds” implemented in PA schools

Instructional Rounds, a process designed to analyze classroom achievement, has been introduced by Rebecca Woodland, associate professor, Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration, to schools in Emmaus, PA, as reported in an article in the Lehigh Valley’s (PA) newspaper “The Morning Call.” Woodland has been working with the superintendent and assistant superintendent of the East Penn School District and the district's instructional leadership team to develop the Instructional Rounds process, which is modeled after “hospital rounds.” She has facilitated Instructional Rounds for the Amherst Pelham (MA) Regional school system as part of the Teacher Collaboration Instructional Improvement Project (TCIIP) for which she is PI.

The complete article can be viewed at: http://www.mcall.com/news/local/eastpenn/mc-east-penn-classroom-visits-20120112,0,4128825.story.