Goalbook Toolkit guides educators working with specialized student populations to vary the levels of instructional support.
Support teachers with designing learning goals and instructional plans that respond to the different ways students learn and their individual needs.
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Empower teachers to identify learning barriers and apply effective strategies based on research to ensure all students can access the general curriculum.
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Our resources and professional development enable teachers to continually learn and develop their instructional practice.
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All of the content in Goalbook Toolkit is aligned to state standards and research-based frameworks for differentiating instruction, including Universal Design for Learning.
We take each college and career readiness standard and create specific and measurable learning goals aligned to the standard. We presume competence and write the first goal at a grade level expectation.
We take each state and Common Core standard, identify its “Essential” – or “Core Purpose” – and create IEP goals, resources, and strategies. Our repository includes content for Pre-K to Grade 12 in Reading, Writing, Math, and Speech, in addition to Behavior, Social and Emotional Learning, Autism, Occupational Therapy, Alternate Academic and Life Skills, and Transition.
We use strategies and supports aligned to the UDL framework to develop scaffolded instruction at mild, moderate and intense levels of support. Every standard has adapted goals so that teachers can start at the most appropriate level for students.
Aligned instructional strategies and resources aid teachers as they plan instruction. We place strategies at the fingertips of teachers to maximize access to the standards for every student.
Educators can customize thousands of instructional strategies and resources to help all students overcome individual learning barriers.
Alternate Academic and Life Skills resources help you address five distinct areas of support that prioritize autonomy with funcational and academic skills development.
Every strategy is aligned to the Universal Design for Learning framework and supplemented with real-world applications and downloadable resources which help you become a more versatile educator in the classroom.
It is critically important at various stages of child development to maintain routines that promote a sense of safety and independence. Our Social and Emotional Learning strategies include resources that support students with behavioral challenges.
We publish UDL strategies based on practices we see used by master educators. All of our strategies are organized so you can quickly find a strategy based on the subject area, learning barrier, grade level, type of instruction, and instructional setting.
When special education teachers write learning goals for their students, measurable details are important, but often hard to identify. According to a recent study by San Francisco State University, Goalbook helps ensure a student’s individualized plan is aligned to standards and differentiated according to the student’s unique needs.
Dr. Phyllis Tappe
San Francisco State University
We're always adding new resources and trainings as we learn from the research and practice of instructional leaders across the country.
Logan Janicula from Goalbook leads a training on Universal Design for Learning at Renton School District.
Teachers and Leaders from Prince George's County participate in a traning led by Todd Richardson from Goalbook.
Pricing varies with district needs
Starts at $5,000/year
Full access to Goalbook Toolkit for educators at an individual school, plus dedicated support for instructional leaders.
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Full access to Goalbook Toolkit for educators at a district, plus dedicated professional development and support for instructional leaders.
*Individual teacher memberships are not available, as our products are currently offered as a school or district-wide implementation.
Goalbook empowers teachers to transform instruction so that ALL students succeed. We blend pedagogical research and intuitive technology into our easy-to-use online tool and leading professional development for educators.
We partner with instructional leaders in more than 500 districts in 45 states. Contact our Partnerships team for more information.