Stage 1: Planning, Design & Preliminary Tasks. Master Scheduling for Academies, Pathways, & Smaller Learning Communities . Stage 1: Planning . Assemble a Master Schedule Team An administrator who can make decisions about courses to be offered and teacher assignments.
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Stage 1: Planning, Design & Preliminary Tasks
Master Scheduling for Academies, Pathways, & Smaller Learning Communities
Involve students, parents, district representatives, and the teachers’ union early in the process.
Create charts and other visual representatives. Communicate possible changes, thoughts and decisions.
- optimum Size of a Pathway
- optimum # of pathways per school
(depending on total school enrollment)
To what extent will each Pathway have a distinct program of study (its own curriculum) ?
CCASN will continue to add and refine resources and tools included in the CCASN Master Schedule Guide. We invite you to share your own master schedule tools, strategies, and effective practices.
Please share resources and suggestions with Patricia Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Phil Saroyan (email@example.com)