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Providing an active, play based, constructivist learning environment

Providing an active, play based, constructivist learning environment

Being 3, Being literate. Being 3, Being Literate. Building strong relationships with children. Providing an active, play based, constructivist learning environment. Building on home literacy practices. Providing diverse and appropriate literacy learning experiences.

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Cultivating Quality Curriculum

Cultivating Quality Curriculum

Cultivating Quality Curriculum. 4 th Annual WIDS User Group Conference October 21, 2010 Valerie Bielinski & Vicki Csida Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Green Bay, WI. Accountability. College is dedicated to documenting quality curriculum

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Sustaining Quality Curriculum

Sustaining Quality Curriculum

Sustaining Quality Curriculum. Grades 7 - 10. Curriculum. The revised curriculum is coherent, focused on important mathematics, and well articulated across the grades. Curriculum. A coherent and well-articulated curriculum effectively organizes and integrates important mathematical ideas;

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Sustaining Quality Curriculum

Sustaining Quality Curriculum

Sustaining Quality Curriculum. Supporting students and teachers by keeping Ontario’s K - 12 curriculum current and relevant. US. WELCOME. YOU. Are You…?. A Classroom Teacher A consultant, co-ordinator, resource teacher An Administrator A Parent of a child in grade 7 - 10.

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Curriculum Committee Quality Training

Curriculum Committee Quality Training

Curriculum Committee Quality Training. Assessment. Content. Learning Activities. Learning Outcomes. Agenda: What’s The Point?. Learning Outcomes Envision what the student can do as a result of the learning experience

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Developing a Quality Curriculum

Developing a Quality Curriculum

NUT National Education Conference. Developing a Quality Curriculum. Dave Peck The Curriculum Foundation. Content. The context of the new National Curriculum What do we mean by a quality curriculum? How do we develop one?. The Context of the New National Curriculum. September 2014!!!

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Transformation: Leading Quality Curriculum

Transformation: Leading Quality Curriculum

Transformation: Leading Quality Curriculum. The Conceptual Model. The Planning. Small steps A stage or faculty leader modelling and leading by example Transforming a current unit of work Begin by asking the question ‘What do we want the students to learn by the end of the unit?’

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Building a Quality Curriculum

Building a Quality Curriculum

Building a Quality Curriculum. Understanding by Design English Language Arts. Consider this scenario. I am working with my social studies counterpart to develop a unit on the following topic: Westward Movement and Pioneer Life. We have designed the following activities.

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Quality Curriculum Through Standards Alignment

Quality Curriculum Through Standards Alignment

Quality Curriculum Through Standards Alignment. Jennifer Kolar-Burden, Director of Curriculum. Rationale. Method. Course Outcomes. By the end of the QCA course, teachers will be able to help:. Course Process. Facilitator-Led 2 IVS Facilitators * Held multiple webinars

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High Quality Standards-Based Curriculum

High Quality Standards-Based Curriculum

High Quality Standards-Based Curriculum. Success for Every Oak Ridge Student. PLCs. What Do We Expect Students to Learn?. How Will Our Instructional Practices Ensure Growth for All ?. Response to Intervention. Highly Effective Instruction. Targeted Response to Learning.

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