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The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According to Pope Francis

The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According to Pope Francis | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
A memo to the cardinals applies to executives as well.

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Study: Weak Teachers benefited more from Good Lesson Plans than Professional Development

Study: Weak Teachers benefited more from Good Lesson Plans than Professional Development | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
A recent study found that giving middle school math teachers access to inquiry-based lesson plans and online support significantly improved student achievement—and benefited weaker teachers the most.
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Is Curriculum Mapping Still Relevant?

Is Curriculum Mapping Still Relevant? | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
Is Curriculum Mapping Still Relevant? http://t.co/DKE3Ctblw8 #fivestartech #technology via @fivestarnews
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Atlas Curriculum Mapping 2013/2014 - English - Concept Schools

Atlas Curriculum Mapping 2013/2014 - English - Concept Schools | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
The ELA template in Atlas has been updated for the 2013-2014 school year. 1. OrientationELAUpdates2013. The following is a basic overview of Atlas. Atlas is a tool to help you develop your own Curriculum in collaboration ...
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Mapping the Science Curriculum - Physics: Energy

Mapping the Science Curriculum - Physics: Energy | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
This is my second mind map in an attempt to visually display the draft Science Curriculum in England and this time the focus of the Mind Map is Energy. In my previous post on this issue I set out t...

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Curriculum Mapping

Curriculum MappingBy:  Melissa Hancock            In the era of a whole new type of accountability for teachers, the last thing that many educators want to hear about is revising the curriculum.  However, if we, as educators, are going to have our...

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3 Ways to Not Screw Up the Curriculum Mapping Process ...

3 Ways to Not Screw Up the Curriculum Mapping Process ... | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
“This article from TeachThought's Terry Heick offers up a roadmap for properly outlining curriculum guidelines. These three suggestions will save you time and trouble while doing your own curriculum mapping.”.
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Finding Ourselves with an ATLAS Curriculum Map. - i-Biology ...

Finding Ourselves with an ATLAS Curriculum Map. - i-Biology ... | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
This week Tony (@bellew, Curriculum, IBDP & PD Coordinator) and I gave a presentation to MS-HS faculty during our Wednesday PD time on "Why we map with ATLAS Rubicon." Here it is. ..........o0O0o.........
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A Lesson Plan for Teachers: Curriculum Mapping The Easy Way!

A Lesson Plan for Teachers: Curriculum Mapping The Easy Way! | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
One of the most feared responsibilities for new teachers, or even teachers changing courses, is preparing the dreaded curriculum map. In the ole days, we taught with lesson plans, knowing the big picture, but unsure about ...
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Common Core "are better than 85 or 90 percent of the state standards they replace."

Common Core "are better than 85 or 90 percent of the state standards they replace." | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
A major requirement for the Common Core State Standards was that they be internationally benchmarked. But there has been debate about how well the standards match those of countries like Singapore.

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They are better because now they cover K to 12!  

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Rubrics for the Common Core | Kathy Schrock's Kaffeeklatsch

Educators are busy re-mapping and re-working curriculum at all levels to align with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). As I began to take a look at this monumental initiative, I decided a way I might help was to ...

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A non-linear approach to curriculum mapping

A non-linear approach to curriculum mapping | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
I often hear teachers and parents talk about how math skills build on each other in a way that other subjects do not: you have to know how to add before you can subtract, you have to know how to mu...

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Mapping Media to the Curriculum » What do you want to CREATE today?

Mapping Media to the Curriculum » What do you want to CREATE today? | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it

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For High-Impact Instructional Leadership, Get Into Classrooms. A Lot.

For High-Impact Instructional Leadership, Get Into Classrooms. A Lot. | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
When it comes to educator growth, frequent, meaningful feedback matters. Teacher observations are the cornerstone of transformational instructional leadership.

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Curriculum Mapping | Αναλυτικά Προγράμματα και ...

Curriculum Mapping | Αναλυτικά Προγράμματα και ... | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
Curriculum MappingBy: Melissa Hancock In the era of a whole new type of accountability for teachers, the last thing that many educators want to hear about is revising the curriculum. However, if we, as educators, are going to have our...
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Atlas - Browse

Atlas - Browse | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
RT @mrlosik: Great curriculum mapping resources from @OaklandSchools #Atlas #rubicon http://t.co/nWLJ38039B
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Your tutor is a computer - The Globe and Mail

Your tutor is a computer - The Globe and Mail | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
Your tutor is a computer
The Globe and Mail
“We use it to connect to our clients as well as a tool to connect the client to the curriculum,” Ms. Lloyd explains.
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Strategies for curriculum mapping and data collection for assuring learning

Strategies for curriculum mapping and data collection for assuring learning | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
The following is a summary of and some reaction to the final report of an OLT funded project titled "Hunters and gatherers: strategies for curriculum mapping and data collection for assuring learni...

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Helping Others To Grow – A Leader’s Duty

Helping Others To Grow – A Leader’s Duty | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
If we take into account the amount of pressure that we place on those in executive, management and leadership roles within companies it becomes understa...

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TEDxNYED - Heidi Hayes Jacobs - 03/05/2011

As Executive Director of the Curriculum Mapping Institute and President of Curriculum Designers, Inc., Dr. Jacobs is an internationally recognized expert in ...

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Curriculum Mapping | Paradigm Shift

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This past Spring several district personnel attended a Common Core conference featuring Dr. Heidi Hayes-Jacobs. We were excited to hear more about curriculum.
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Curriculum Is More Important Than Learning Technology

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Curriculum Is More Important Than Learning Technology

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Gary Pascoe's curator insight, October 8, 2013 6:32 AM

The more it is said the more people will realise the truth of it.

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3 Ways To Not Screw Up The Curriculum Mapping Process

3 Ways To Not Screw Up The Curriculum Mapping Process | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
3 Ways To Not Screw Up The Curriculum Mapping Process The school year isn’t a series of sprints, but the way you forge your curriculum can make it feel that way. The most common way...

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The Common Core Curriculum Mapping Project-#video on the project

The Common Core Curriculum Mapping Project-#video on the project | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it
SchoolsMovingUp provides quality resources and online professional development to help educators make sound decisions and take action in their school improvement efforts.

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MS Language Arts: Where We've Been and Where We're Going

MS Language Arts: Where We've Been and Where We're Going | Curriculum Development | Scoop.it

Probably a subtitle more like: “Bravely going where no language arts teacher has gone before” might’ve been more appropriate.

 

Our middle school language arts teachers have been on quite a journey this year, and we’re capping it off with our second joint meeting tomorrow (ALL 14 teachers from grades 6-8 at both MS buildings, plus an intervention specialist, plus a media specialist).  We’ve tackled BOTH text complexity and curriculum mapping simultaneously this year, and to say that it’s been chaotic is an understatement.  But, it is with absolute appreciation for the hard work of these teachers that I can say we have accomplished something awesome.


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Deb Gardner's curator insight, February 12, 2013 5:39 AM

Think about the work these teachers have done, the school leadership it took, and the willingness of all to "let go" of prior mindsets, novels, and textbooks.  Wow!