Closing Out the School Year to Accelerate Student Learning
Let's keep students at the center with these three action steps as we reflect and plan forward:
1. Get clear on accurately reporting out on student learning.
2. Plan for summer learning. (Check out the summer learning website for a comprehensive resource.)
3. Prepare for the 2021-22 school year.
Get Ready for Summer Learning!
Summer learning is a great time to foster joy and engagement! And the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has a few resources to support learning that is occurring within schools, community centers, and homes!
Check out the Summer Learning Resource, our Family Guides, and our Learning Every Day, Everywhere Infographic for Families to plan for a great summer of learning!
Teaching and Learning during COVID-19
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is focused on supporting schools and their families as they navigate learning during COVID-19 and beyond. Here are a few centralized resources to support you with providing a responsive and equitable education for all learners.
The mission of the Teaching and Learning Team partners with educators, schools, families, community members, internal and external governmental agencies, and professional organizations to provide leadership, professional learning, and resources to promote equity and advance innovative learning for all students to graduate community, college, and career ready.
What does the Teaching and Learning Team do?
Teaching and Learning Instructional Areas
- Advanced Placement
- American Indian Studies
- Arts & Creativity
- Bilingual/English Language Learners
- Community Education
- Digital Leadership
- Digital Learning
- Early Childhood/Kindergarten
- Environmental Education
- Fostering Innovation in Wisconsin Schools
- Gifted & Talented
- Global Education
- International Baccalaureate
- Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship/Keeping Kids Safe Online
- Office of Early Learning
- Online and Blended Learning
- Rural Education Achievement Program
- Social Studies
- WI Digital Learning Collaborative
- WI Education Standards
- Wisconsin Digital Learning Plan
- World Language