Common Instructional Framework book of protocols 155 ways to make it happen
The Common Instructional Framework (CIF) is a list of six strategies: Collaborative Group Work, Classroom Talk, Questioning, Writing to Learn, Scaffolding, Literacy Groups, that drives the instructional practice in schools. These strategies give all students of all skill levels access to the complex information needed to meet state and college ready standards and engage all students, requiring each to take an active role in their own learning. In the classroom, a protocol is a set of guidelines or a structured process used to promote meaningful student communication and collaboration. North Carolina New Schools.