Quality teaching is the most important school-based influence on student achievement. Developing a shared understanding of what excellent practice looks like is a challenge for schools that are striving to become high performing learning organisations. While excellence may not look exactly the same in every classroom, evidence suggests that there are some instructional practices that work well in most contexts. The High-Impact Practices (HIPS) project provides teachers and teams with opportunities to observe, reflect on and improve across a range of foundation classroom practices.
The HIPs aims to build teacher capacity; develop professional knowledge on instructional coaching; and enhance teachers' capacity to use data to assess the impact of HIPs on student learning.
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High-Impact Practices (HIPs) Program, 2024