Season 1: Episode 5 – Three Steps to Support Instructional Shifts through the Curriculum Revision Process [Podcast]

In Episode 5, we discuss three steps to support instructional shifts through the curriculum revision process.curriculumrewrite

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Each episode we’ll leave you with a question or two to think about with the idea of provoking conversation. This week’s question:

  • Is your curriculum review process working for you? Have you thought about changing it in the era of Core and more rigorous instruction?
  • What are the areas you have teachers focus on during the curriculum development process?

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Coming soon:  

As we’ve mentioned for several weeks, Connected Educators month is coming up in October and we are planning various episodes around the CEM topics:

  • Blended Learning
  • Collaboration and Capacity-Building
  • Diversity, Inclusiveness, and Global Connected Education
  • Educator Professional Development and Learning
  • Leadership For Change
  • Student Agency, Student Voice, and the Maker Movement
  • Whole Community Engagement (Parents,Teachers, Students, Community Members)
  • Provide the structure
  • Set the expectation
  • Scaffold the process