EdSe 4244 Social Studies Methods Understanding by Design: A Review The Twin Sins of Curriculum Design Activity-based teaching - a variety of hands-on activities organized around a theme, sometimes providing interdisciplinary connections; however, to what ends?
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Understanding by Design: A Review
Activity-based teaching - a variety of hands-on activities organized around a theme, sometimes providing interdisciplinary connections; however, to what ends?
Coverage-focused teaching - curriculum focused on ensuring everything is “covered”
In pairs, develop a set of social studies essential questions. The questions can be global, help frame core ideas, frame core learning content, or be meant to engage a specific and diverse set of learners. If you have online access, use the NCSS or Minnesota Standards to help you frame your questions.
Again in pairs, develop essential questions based on each of the six facets of understanding. If you have online access to the Minnesota, Wisconsin or National standards, use them as a guide to develop your big ideas.