Envision Success for Your Math Classroom

Intentional Implementations of a High-Quality Curriculum


How Intentional Curriculum Implementation Leads to Student Success

Pairing the right, high-quality curriculum with an intentional implementation plan is critical to impacting student achievement. Having a clear, consistent instructional framework and providing robust support to all educators within the district help build community and unite all district stakeholders in a shared focus on meeting students' needs.

In the Envision Success for Your Math Classroom, we’ll guide you through some of the key elements educators should consider when rolling out a new curriculum to a school or district, as well as learn how several schools and districts implemented Savvas Learning Company's enVision® Mathematics with success.

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Implementing with Intention: 6 Key Considerations

When you pair the adoption of high-quality instructional materials with intentional implementation strategies, you can maximize your investment and inspire confidence that the new program will be successful. Use the following six considerations to help you thoroughly plan for every part of the implementation process, and get the most from your new program.

1. Review and Select the Right High-Quality Instructional Program

A successful review of high-quality instructional programs is driven by clearly defined needs unique to the district’s student population.

2. Collaborate with District and Community Stakeholders

A successful implementation involves all stakeholders in the district, including administrators, teachers, parents and caregivers, and students. 

3. Define Specific Goals of Implementation

The goals and intended outcome of the implementation should be well defined and communicated broadly.

4. Align Implementation with District Priorities

The implementation of a new program should align with the broader district priorities and initiatives.

5. Plan Continuous Support and Professional Development

Rolling out a program takes time. Implementation should be gradual in order to cultivate teacher confidence and comfort with ongoing focused support.

6. Design a Data-Based Evaluation of Implementation

A clear plan for gathering qualitative and quantitative data to guide next steps in implementation helps ensure long-term success.

enVision Mathematics Implementation Success Stories

Watch to find out how educators like you from schools and districts like yours are seeing real results through their thoughtful and strategic curriculum implementations of enVision Mathematics.

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