Instruction at Wayland Union Schools

Our professional teaching staff uses a variety of research-based instructional methods in the classroom.  These methods are age appropriate, and the lessons developed include active involvement of all students.  Our goal is to develop students who think critically, use decision-making processes, and communicate effectively to become independent learners.

Instructional methods include, but are not limited to mastery learning, differentiated instruction, multi-tiered systems of support, technology integration, project-based, flipped classrooms, workshop approach, inquiry-based, and experiential.  Instructional methods are continually monitored by our Professional Learning Community teams, and incorporated within each building’s school improvement plan.  Our instructional staff receives the latest professional development opportunities available, and works through their PLC teams to implement new ideas accordingly.

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Professional Learning Communities

Mufti-Tiered Systems of Support

Advanced Opportunities

Instructional Technology

Special Education

Title I

English Language Learner (ELL)