Developing Organizational Capacity to Improve K-8 Mathematics Teaching and Learning

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CASPIR is a 5-year NSF-funded project aimed at co-developing and implementing the Elementary Math Leadership (EML) model in four K-8 school districts to improve K-8 math teaching and learning. This is done by: (1) gathering information about problems of practice collaboratively identified by districts/research team; (2) co-designing and co-implementing coherent PD; and (3) engaging in iterative cycles of co-development, implementation, and revision to productively adapt the PD model over a series of years. CASPIR uses a DBIR approach that involves collaboration with each district over time.

Co-PI(s): Benjamin Superfine, Shelby Cosner, and Yue Yin, University of Illinois at Chicago

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