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  1. 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

  2. Curriculum Documentation and Revision2012-2013

  3. Today’s Plan • Brief Rationale: Why, oh Why? • Requirement for the School Year • Getting There • Handy-dandy Tips • Time to Get Started

  4. 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

  5. Accomplishments from previous years • Completed Unit Calendar • Benchmarks Selected • Assessments Aligned to Benchmarks with 6 common assessments • One unit reviewed for quality “- QR”

  6. 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

  7. 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.

  8. How do we get there? • Tools • Training • Time

  9. 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

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. Thanks for all you do for our students

  15. Curriculum Documentation and Revision2012-2013