Our Services


Our Services

REEd provides a variety of services to LEAs, including technical assistance, consultation, presentation, and facilitation of professional development as well as evaluation projects.

Over the years, we’ve developed a number of methods, professional development topics, and tools and resources to support schools and districts improve the overall quality of teaching and learning.  

Such methods include the Quality Improvement Process, which guides design teams through a research-based process to identify problems of practice, generate an aim statement, identify resources and put them in to use to effect change.

We’ve assisted multiple districts through the Quality Improvement Process on topics such as; adaptive schools, constructive conversions, teacher evaluation systems, and professional growth. 

REEd also developed a research-based observation tool, the SOAR Teaching Frames® for Literacy and Mathematics, that has been broadly piloted by multiple districts.  Deep Dive sessions are opportunities for educators to experience the frames and gain a better understanding of it’s use.

In addition, REEd has been providing evaluation services for a number of years on both large and small scale projects.  

Send an email to reedinfo@ucdavis.edu to learn more about our services.


Evaluation Services

REEd provides program evaluation services – ranging from assistance and advice around documentation, data collection and analysis, and inquiry cycles to full scale external and internal program evaluations.

Send an email to reedinfo@ucdavis.edu for more information


Design-based Quality Improvement
Technical Assistance

REEd has developed and tested a quality improvement process and set of tools to expand educator effectiveness and evaluation. The quality improvement process results in: the development of integrated professional growth systems; resourcing site-based conditions needed to support continuous improvement; increased instructional capacity; and improved outcomes for students.


The quality improvement process draws on research in three domains:


Professional Growth Tools

Systems that foster professional growth must simultaneously attend to three key design principles for building instructional capacity:

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