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The Texas Learning Exchange School Instructional Supports Guide

October 28, 2020

The Texas Learning Exchange (TxLx) School Instructional Supports Guide was created for schools and districts traversing the unique instructional delivery models required for the 2020/21 academic year. The guide focuses on school and learning design with equity at the center, whole child outcomes including social-emotional learning, learner-centered teaching and leadership strategies, and maintaining relationships and community in times of distance and more.

The guide is written to align with and extend the strategic planning you and your teams had been working on prior to the pandemic. This also takes into account the “triage” maneuvers that you have taken since, and will allow you to merge them into an innovative approach for delivering teaching and learning with equity. To serve your learning community well and keep the work learner-centered, we believe it is vital to reflect upon what worked and what did not work, what ideas have yet to be implemented and why, and what needs are being expressed by all roles in the school or district. Ideas that cannot be immediately implemented can find a place in continued planning for the Spring of 2021, leading to a more equitable learning experience in the 2021-2022 school year.

To learn more about this work check out a recent webinar from the TxLx team.

"Texas Rural Education Association supports and collaborates with school districts in order to promote positive public education efforts. We are appreciative for these services that benefit and advocate for rural schools."

Bill Tarleton, Executive Director, Texas Rural Education Association

"Friends of Texas Public Schools know that great things happen in Texas public schools, every single day; even in a pandemic! We are thankful for resources like this that help public schools prepare for whatever the future holds."

Jennifer Storm, Executive Director, Friends of Texas Public Schools

"TABSE supports the TxLx initiative which focuses on equity and provides access to all learners."

Dr. David Harris, President of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators

Live Sessions - November 12th

TxLx project leaders and steering committee members will be hosting two live sessions on November 12th at 12pm CDT and 1pm CDT to share an overview of the newly released resources.

Register for the Texas Learning Exchange School Instructional Supports Guide & OER Live Session at 12pmCT

Register for the Edtech Leadership Guide live session at 1pmCT