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Rigorous Curriculum Design: What Instructional Leaders Need to Know. Ellen J. Stoltz, Ph.D. Chief Academic Officer August 20, 2014. Purpose: Link Rigorous Curriculum Design (RCD) to the instructional core by defining observable elements of practice stemming from the curriculum Process:

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Rigorous curriculum design what instructional leaders need to know

Rigorous Curriculum Design: What Instructional Leaders Need to Know

Ellen J. Stoltz, Ph.D.

Chief Academic Officer

August 20, 2014


Rigorous curriculum design what instructional leaders need to know

Purpose:

Link Rigorous Curriculum Design (RCD) to the instructional core by defining observable elements of practice stemming from the curriculum

Process:

Mini-lesson, guided practice, small-group analysis and synthesis (DOK 4)

Pay-off:

Apply curricular expectations to identify our next level of work to benefit all students


Rigorous curriculum design what instructional leaders need to know

First…From Instructional Rounds in Education (2009):“Don’t broaden the work with new initiatives, deepen the work with greater focus on building a strong culture of instructional practice.”Let’s begin the next level of work by… recognizing elements (DOK 1), identifying patterns (DOK 2), citing evidence (DOK 3), and applying concepts (DOK 4) to focus on our practice in ELA and Math.


Mini lesson identifying elements of rcd

Mini-Lesson: Identifying Elements of RCD

  • What elements do you expect to find as part of a Unit of Study?

  • Let’s take a look…

    Unit Development Guide

    Version 3.3


Guided practice questions to consider

Guided Practice: Questions to Consider

  • What examples can you describe that you have observed in your classrooms?

  • How would you compare what you find here to previous instruction in your classrooms?


Let s practice dig deeper with your team

Let’s Practice: Dig Deeper with Your Team

1. Log onto PerformancePlus to access CurriculumConnector

2. Click on the Compass Rose

3. Select Curriculum Domain from Pull-down Menu

4. Review Template Example


Let s practice dig deeper with your tea m

Let’s Practice: Dig Deeper with Your Team

1. What questions would you ask a teacher to show your understanding of the curriculum design?

2. What element of current instructional practice would you change now that you see the curriculum design?

3. How would you prioritize your focus as an instructional leader in your building?


Rigorous curriculum design what instructional leaders need to know

Purpose:

Link Rigorous Curriculum Design (RCD) to the instructional core by defining observable elements of practice stemming from the curriculum

Process:

Mini-lesson, guided practice, small-group analysis and synthesis (DOK 4)

Pay-off:

Apply curricular expectations to identify our next level of work to benefit all students


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