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Resource Library for the Mockingbird Methodology

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practitioner dashboard

Resource Library for the Mockingbird Methodology

The Mockingbird Methodology is a collection of playbooks (strategies, tools, and best practices) that staff use to teach, coach, and mentor vulnerable students. 

The Methodology approach and its' playbooks are organized into a curriculum called the Practitioner Curriculum.  The organization makes  staff development, adoption, and implementation easier and scaled integration more effective.

The Methodology practices include:

  • Trauma-informed practices
  • Relationship-Building and Trust Practices
  • Active Learning and Engagement
  • Social and Emotional Learning Practices 
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Culturally Responsive Practices
  • Assessment and Feedback
  • Professional Reflection and Continued Staff Improvement

The Methodology practices include:

  • Quality Control
  • Strategic Program Design
  • Shared Instructional Framework
  • Staff Development and On-boarding
  • Rapid Expansions and Meeting Expansion Demands
  • Best-Practices and Research-based Practitioner Tools

The Methodology produces:

  • Improved staff performance
  • Increased participant engagement, focus, and motivation
  • Increased participant attendance
  • Decreased staff burn-out
  • Increased staff collaboration and cohesion
  • Increased consistency and instructional coherence

The Mockingbird Methodology is informed by research and best practices related to:

  • Socio-economic disadvantages
  • Education gaps
  • Learning disabilities
  • Language barriers
  • Social and Emotional Challenges
  • Cultural and diversity challenges
  • Resource Limitations
  • Adult education
  • Youth development
  • Corrections education

The Mockingbird Methodology is a collection of playbooks (strategies, tools, and best practices) that staff use to teach, coach, and mentor vulnerable students. 

The Methodology approach and its' playbooks are organized into a curriculum called the Practitioner Curriculum.  The organization makes  staff development, adoption, and implementation easier and scaled integration more effective.

The Methodology practices include:

  • Trauma-informed practices
  • Relationship-Building and Trust Practices
  • Active Learning and Engagement
  • Social and Emotional Learning Practices 
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Culturally Responsive Practices
  • Assessment and Feedback
  • Professional Reflection and Continued Staff Improvement

The Methodology practices include:

  • Quality Control
  • Strategic Program Design
  • Shared Instructional Framework
  • Staff Development and On-boarding
  • Rapid Expansions and Meeting Expansion Demands
  • Best-Practices and Research-based Practitioner Tools

The Methodology produces:

  • Improved staff performance
  • Increased participant engagement, focus, and motivation
  • Increased participant attendance
  • Decreased staff burn-out
  • Increased staff collaboration and cohesion
  • Increased consistency and instructional coherence

The Mockingbird Methodology is informed by research and best practices related to:

  • Socio-economic disadvantages
  • Education gaps
  • Learning disabilities
  • Language barriers
  • Social and Emotional Challenges
  • Cultural and diversity challenges
  • Resource Limitations
  • Adult education
  • Youth development
  • Corrections education