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Professional In-Service. Curriculum Alignment and Team Planning March 25 th and 26 th. Alignment and Documentation. Policy. Curriculum Overviews. Details in Atlas Syllabi. Foci of these two days. Atlas by Rubicon Course Alignment and Development. Goals. Learn to use Atlas

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Professional in service

Professional In-Service

Curriculum Alignment and

Team Planning

March 25th and 26th


Alignment and documentation

Alignment and Documentation

Policy

Curriculum Overviews

Details in Atlas

Syllabi


Foci of these two days

Foci of these two days

  • Atlas by Rubicon

  • Course Alignment and Development


Goals

Goals

  • Learn to use Atlas

  • All faculty can find the standards and expectations for any ESLR for any Curricular Area for any Grade-Level

  • All faculty is able to input units and threads into Atlas

  • Some faculty explore additional features of Atlas


Atlas training modules

Atlas Training Modules

  • Module 1: Training on finding standards and expectations presented by members of your Atlas Core Team

  • Module 2: Training on how to input unit information into Atlas presented by members of your Atlas Core Team

  • Module 3: Exploration and Training related to creating links to lesson plans, websites, documents and etc. as well as other Atlas supported features


Schedule for atlas trainers and tammy

Schedule for Atlas Trainers and Tammy


Goals1

Goals

  • Course Alignment and Development

  • All grade-level expectations are sorted into courses, thus becoming course expectations tailored to the programs on your campus

  • All course expectations are sorted into units and threads

  • For each course, units and threads are distributed on the Course Calendar in Atlas

  • At least the first unit for the 2011-2012 school year is loaded on Atlas including at least one common assessment and one common lesson/activity/etc.

  • A syllabus for each course is completed and sent to Tammy


Sorting cards

Sorting Cards

Different symbol for each ESLR type

Each card is one expectation

Different color for each Curricular Area

Grade Level as per System

Remember Campus +/- one


Creating units

Creating Units


Professional in service

  • Advice: STAND on PRESENT GROUND

  • Load decisions as they are made.

  • Evolution is expected.

  • Not all choices have to be made at once.

  • Not all choices have to be made in order to load a unit.

  • Create frames to build upon.


Questions and corrections

Questions and Corrections

  • Course and teacher assignments

  • Questions: Principal

  • Corrections: Secretary

  • Standards and expectations

  • Questions regarding course alignment: Principal

  • Questions regarding intent: Tammy

  • Corrections: Tammy

  • Atlas How-To’s and Set-up

  • Atlas how-to questions: Core Team or Atlas Trainer

  • What do you expect here questions: Principal

  • Why is it set-up like this questions: Tammy


To the faculty

To the Faculty

  • Every day each of you contribute to the SCIS-HIS curriculum through the opportunities you provide, the assessments that you make, and the feedback that you share.

  • Sometimes in our busy world words of appreciation fall through the cracks of time and remain left unsaid. Not today.

  • Today we are able to build upon the collective talents, energy, and time invested by SCIS-HIS faculties, past and present.

  • To you all we say THANK YOU.


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