A research-based system of intensive early intervention that supports accelerated progress for children in first grade who having difficulty learning to read and write.
Research and Data Analysis
CREC's research staff can help develop research questions, conduct analyses, and provide recommendations tailored to the specific stakeholders' needs.
Through training, coaching, and modeling in the classroom, literacy specialists work collaboratively with schools and districts to analyze data about student learning, in order to determine areas for focused professional development, coaching, and resources.
A web platform to create 3-dimensional STEM instructional units driven by real-world phenomena. Reference the Next Generation Science Standards and linked Common Core Standards, drag-and-drop NGSS elements into learning sequences, and share/manage created curriculum with collea
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Services
Staff work with teachers and district curriculum coordinators to develop strategies that ensure and promote alignment of curriculum with the state science frameworks.
Smarter Balanced Digital Library Consortium
CREC is seeking districts interested in developing a regional consortium to learn collaboratively about Smarter Balanced formative assessment tools.
Curriculum Unit Revision Infusing Technology
As a professional development model, CURIT will completely transform the teaching and learning experience for teachers and students. This process prepares educators with the knowledge and skills necessary to revitalize traditional educational practices using technology.
CREC's staffing specialists recruit, train, support, and manage substitute personnel to help districts with time and cost-saving.
Managing Digital Learning Environments
This service teaches districts to leverage web-based tools to support curriculum, instruction, and workflow.
Office of School Transformation
Advanced support and professional development services for schools and districts in four research-based transformational areas: vision, instructional core, human capital, and infrastructure.
DART's Digital Learning Camps follow the unconference model made popular by EdCamp. An unconference is driven by audience participation. Attendees are asked to come ready to share ideas, skills, and questions.
Montessori Training Center Northeast
Using Dr. Maria Montessori's theories of teaching and education, students are awarded internationally recognized AMI diplomas upon completion.
Online and Blended Course Design for Flipping the Classroom
Offer anytime, anywhere access to learners online, and receive support for face-to-face learning with rich digital resources.
Developed in collaboration with Hartford Stage and Leadership Greater Hartford, students will create and perform a devised piece of theatre under the guidance of artists-in-residence from Hartford Stage.
The Student Success Plan (SSP) is an individualized, student-driven plan that is developed to address every student's needs and interests, including helping them to stay connected to school and achieve postsecondary educational and career goals.