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EQuIP Quality Review Rubrics and Student Work Protocol
The EQuIP Quality Review Rubrics are tools for evaluating the alignment of lessons, units and modules to the CCSS. Following the use of the EQuIP rubrics, the Student Work Protocol can be used to analyze the relationship between student work and the quality and alignment of instructional materials. These tools can be found within the Materials Alignment Toolkit, developed in partnership with Achieve, the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and the Council of Great City Schools (CGCS).
Use this tool to:
- Guide the development of lessons and units
- Evaluate existing lessons and units to identify improvements needed to align with the CCSS
- Build understanding of the instructional demands of the CCSS
Choose by subject and grade band below.
A tool for evaluating lesson plans and units of instruction in mathematics.
A tool for evaluating lesson plans and units of instruction in K-2 ELA / Literacy.
A tool for evaluating lesson plans and units of instruction in grades 3-5 and 6-12 ELA / Literacy.
A tool for analyzing the relationship between student work and the quality and alignment of instructional materials (materials should have previously been reviewed using the EQuIP rubrics).
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