This training moves districts through the process of finalizing unit development, unit objectives, and the scope and sequence of those objectives K-12. Participants are also asked to begin thinking about how to assess mastery of objectives as a precursor to Module IV.
This three-day training focuses on the purposes of written curriculum; how written curriculum supports instruction and how that role influences curriculum design and components. Participants will be able to describe the two main types of differentiation; curricular and instructional, and discuss how the need for each influences curriculum design. Participants explore what the district’s expectations for effective instruction look like, inclusive of differentiation, and discuss the instructional model and the framework for strategies that will form the basis for curriculum design and development.
A custom, combination workshop that focuses on the key components of a quality written plan that outlines the priorities and procedures involved with managing written curriculum in the district to assure alignment and to support the most effective instruction in every classroom and outlines the basic principles of curriculum writing.
A 3-day training that prepares participants to evaluate system-based issues to improve delivery of effective teaching and learning.