A school framework that values collaborative, action focused responses, data-informed discussions, and timely intervention to ensure all students can experience success.
Our skilled facilitators and leaders can support organizations in identifying key strategic direction, coordinate teams and departments, and strategize in relation to system priorities.
Through our network of skilled Associates, we can provide coaching at the district, school and classroom level in a variety of areas, such as literacy, numeracy, behaviour and more.
Access a variety of documents, templates, samples and other resources in a wide variety of areas, free to copy and utilize to support your organization.
Work with us to engage in a school review process that provides rich and relevant feedback to school leadership teams in relation to key strategic directions and priorities.
We can offer a wide assortment of professional learning activities and events at the school and district level, as well as support learning through workshops, conferences, keynotes, and more.
We highly recommend Jigsaw Learning to support professional learning and collaborative processes. They are very professional, very experienced and truly helpful in supporting the school.
Principal - Lochearn Elementary School
Best session of my conference – you gave us a great structure and modeled excellent PD!!
William Richard Hall, Jr., M.Ed.
Principal / Session participant, NSDC Annual Conference – Washington, DC - Longan Elementary School (Richmond, Virginia)
We have been working with the Jigsaw Learning team for 3 years now, and are impressed with their ongoing teacher support and instructional coaching for teacher collaboration. They are very respectful and interested in Îyîniw Mâmtohnehicikan (Cree thinking) and Nehiyaw Pimatisiwin (Cree Ways of being). They work collaboratively with our teachers to offer support, coach and share ideas, plus they review the progress made in each school. Students really look forward to the CRM Focus time, as they have great success in these blocks.Their significant success was apparent in the first year that our school implemented the Collaborative Response Model. We started with 80% of our students needing urgent intervention and 0% of our students at/above benchmark. By the end of the first year, our urgent intervention numbers dropped to 43% and our at/above benchmark numbers increased by 12%.
Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction – Learning Services Branch - Maskwacîs Education Schools Commission