23 min

S10 Episode 2: The Success Criteria Playbook with Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey 3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

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How do you use success criteria in your classroom, and how could understanding success criteria advance your students’ learning? That’s what we’re discussing in this episode of 3Ps in a Pod with Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey, two of the authors of The Success Criteria Playbook.
3Ps in a Pod hosts Angelia and Marlys welcome Fisher and Frey back to the podcast and talk about what has changed for them personally and professionally the past two years. Fisher and Frey then talk about what led to their writing The Success Criteria Playbook, one of Corwin’s newest publications.
Fisher and Frey discuss what shifts teachers can make to embrace success criteria in their classrooms and the more equitable practices that can come from using success criteria. They also share with Angelia and Marlys about the overall power of success criteria, especially when co-created with students.
Reflect on how you use success criteria on your own or with a learning community using the reflection guide linked here.
You can also advance how you use success criteria in your classroom by attending The Success Criteria Playbook Workshop with Doug Fisher on February 1. Register at azk12.org/SuccessCriteria22.
Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.

How do you use success criteria in your classroom, and how could understanding success criteria advance your students’ learning? That’s what we’re discussing in this episode of 3Ps in a Pod with Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey, two of the authors of The Success Criteria Playbook.
3Ps in a Pod hosts Angelia and Marlys welcome Fisher and Frey back to the podcast and talk about what has changed for them personally and professionally the past two years. Fisher and Frey then talk about what led to their writing The Success Criteria Playbook, one of Corwin’s newest publications.
Fisher and Frey discuss what shifts teachers can make to embrace success criteria in their classrooms and the more equitable practices that can come from using success criteria. They also share with Angelia and Marlys about the overall power of success criteria, especially when co-created with students.
Reflect on how you use success criteria on your own or with a learning community using the reflection guide linked here.
You can also advance how you use success criteria in your classroom by attending The Success Criteria Playbook Workshop with Doug Fisher on February 1. Register at azk12.org/SuccessCriteria22.
Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.

23 min