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Tomball Independent School District

Academics

Tomball ISD Curriculum & Instruction • Trust • High-Quality Instruction • Collaborative Culture
 

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Trust is the foundation of our educational relationships. We cultivate an atmosphere of compassion, consistency, clear communication and competence through strong instructional practices and campus support. Teachers are trusted to take an active role in lesson design and are trusted to adapt and innovate. Campus leaders are trusted to provide valuable feedback to constantly improve the system. Parents are trusted as essential partners in their
child's learning journey.
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High-Quality Instruction involves creating a student-centered learning environment characterized by effective instructional practices. HQI includes strategies that facilitate impactful learning experiences that engage students. Students move from surface to deeper learning and refine their ability to transfer their learning across content areas. Teachers provide clarity, feedback, and support related to content-based literacy, accessibility, and personalization through responsive instruction and cycles of continuous improvement. Students are challenged and motivated to become independent learners and empowered to lead in creating the future through their CAREER.
 
Elements of HQI
  • Engagement & Experience
  • Relevance & Reflection
  • Technology & Thinking
  • Extension & Enrichment
  • Collaboration & Communication
  • Alignment & Achievement
  • Content & Character
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Collaborative Culture creates a learning environment that emphasizes open communication among teams, focuses on learning and promotes results driven decision-making.
 
Four Critical Questions of a Professional Learning Community (PLC)
  1. What do we want students to learn and be able to do?
  2. How will we know if students have learned it?
  3. What will we do if students don’t learn it?
  4. What will we do if students already learned it?

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Curriculum & Instruction Leadership


Michael Webb

Chief Academic Officer
Central Office

Lee Wright

Asst Superintendent
Central Office

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