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A First Look at Instructional Look Fors at LUSD: Reliability and Validity of Instructional Look For Educator Actions

This interim research brief examines the keystone of LUSD’s Adult Learning Curriculum, known as Instructional Look Fors. The brief begins to explore if the Instructional Look Fors are a sound way of understanding the relationship between professional learning and learner achievement at LUSD. The initial data indicate that the majority of Instructional Look Fors are a measurable, reliable, and valid way for LUSD to understand the behaviors that are happening in learning environments and the relationships between professional learning, those behaviors, and learner outcomes. Download the executive summary or read the full report online; an accessible version of this report is also available for downloading.

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