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Please log in to Atlas and sit with your subject partner (if you have one). http:// saschina.rubiconatlas.org /. Open the FRC as well. http:// iwebpx.saschina.org / theronmott / frc / frc.html. Curriculum Documentation and Revision 2012-2013. Today’s Plan. Brief Rationale: Why, oh Why?

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please log in to atlas and sit with your subject partner if you have one
Please log in to Atlas and sit with your subject partner (if you have one)

http://saschina.rubiconatlas.org/

Open the FRC as well . . .

http://iwebpx.saschina.org/theronmott/frc/frc.html

today s plan
Today’s Plan
  • Brief Rationale: Why, oh Why?
  • Requirement for the School Year
  • Getting There
  • Handy-dandy Tips
  • Time to Get Started
why document our curriculum
Why document our curriculum?
  • A meeting place to foster collaboration, review and reflection – ultimately, a way to enhance our teaching
  • Promote consistency from year to year and class to class
  • “Any school worth its salt has a documented curriculum.”

-Brad L., Middle School Principal

accomplishments from previous years
Accomplishments from previous years
  • Completed Unit Calendar
  • Benchmarks Selected
  • Assessments Aligned to Benchmarks with 6 common assessments
  • One unit reviewed for quality “- QR”
goals for 2012 2013
Goals for 2012-2013

“Unit Title –QR”

Attach completed rubric to the Reflection section

  • Quality Review of ONE more unit (December 13, 2012)
  • Phase out individual unit maps
goals for 2012 20131
Goals for 2012-2013
  • Quality Review of ONE more unit (December 13, 2012)
  • Phase out individual unit maps

Consolidate units being taught into subject area collaborative maps and delete individual maps.

how do we get there
How do we get there?
  • Tools
  • Training
  • Time
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Tips
  • Meet with your partner before teaching your next unit to get in sync about benchmarks being assessed so you start on the same page.
  • Keep “Post to Atlas” folder on your Mac desktop.
  • See Coop, teaching partners, FRC for help and clarification as you need it.

http://iwebpx.saschina.org/theronmott/frc/frc.html

curriculum documentation to do
Curriculum Documentation to Do
  • Open your most recently taught unit map with your partner, make changes as needed for next time you teach it and Reflect on the unit’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Use the Quality Review Rubric to assess ONE unit map (attach completed Review in Reflection section and add “-QR” to the title) by December 13, 2012.
  • Assess whether you still need your individual course maps. If not, send an email Coop to delete the individual course in Atlas.
  • Ask or email your curriculum documentation questions (Atlas, backwards design) to Coop.
curriculum documentation to do1
Curriculum Documentation to Do
  • Open your most recently taught unit map with your partner, make changes as needed for next time you teach it and Reflect on the unit’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Use the Quality Review Rubric to assess ONE unit map (attach completed Review in Reflection section and add “-QR” to the title) by December 13, 2012.
  • Assess whether you still need your individual course maps. If not, send an email Coop to delete the individual course in Atlas.
  • Ask or email your curriculum documentation questions (Atlas, backwards design) to Coop.
curriculum documentation to do2
Curriculum Documentation to Do
  • Open your most recently taught unit map with your partner, make changes as needed for next time you teach it and Reflect on the unit’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Use the Quality Review Rubric to assess ONE unit map (attach completed Review in Reflection section and add “-QR” to the title) by December 13, 2012.
  • Assess whether you still need your individual course maps. If not, send an email Coop to delete the individual course in Atlas.
  • Ask or email your curriculum documentation questions (Atlas, backwards design) to Coop.
curriculum documentation to do3
Curriculum Documentation to Do
  • Open your most recently taught unit map with your partner, make changes as needed for next time you teach it and Reflect on the unit’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Use the Quality Review Rubric to assess ONE unit map (attach completed Review in Reflection section and add “-QR” to the title) by December 13, 2012.
  • Assess whether you still need your individual course maps. If not, send an email Coop to delete the individual course in Atlas.
  • Ask or email your curriculum documentation questions (Atlas, backwards design) to Coop.
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