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Curriculum Mapping. Educating for the Future. c hic.foote@helix.ac.nz http://helixconsulting.wikispaces.com/School+ Development https://www.facebook.com/pages/Helix-Consulting/103183799783005?ref= hl www.helix.ac.nz @ ChicFoote on Twitter. Enduring Understandings. Curriculum Mapping

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Curriculum Mapping

Educating for the Future

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chic.foote@helix.ac.nz

  • http://helixconsulting.wikispaces.com/School+Development
  • https://www.facebook.com/pages/Helix-Consulting/103183799783005?ref=hl
  • www.helix.ac.nz
  • @ChicFoote on Twitter
enduring understandings
Enduring Understandings

Curriculum Mapping

  • Is a procedure for collecting and maintaining a database of the operational curriculum
  • Provides a vehicle to authentically examine the operational curriculum and its relationship to other aspects of the system
  • Is far more than the development of individual, school or system wide maps. It is the hub for all school improvement efforts

Source: The Curriculum Mapping Planner Jacobs and Johnson. ASCD 2009. (pg 13)

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Essential Questions

How does Curriculum Mapping impact school culture and vision?

What is required for a sustainable and effective curriculum mapping process?

How does Curriculum Mapping affect school wide curriculum process and practices?

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continued improvement
Continued Improvement

Source: Darling Hammond, Linda. (2010) The Flat World and Education: How America’s Commitment to Equity Will Determine Our Future Teachers. New York: College Press.

essential elements
Essential Elements
  • Purpose, Principles, Basic Essentials
  • Rationale & Commitment
  • Vision &Direction
essential elements four phases
Essential Elements – Four Phases
  • Laying the Foundation
  • Launching the Process
  • Sustaining, Maintaining & Integrating the Process
  • Advancing the Process

Conserving the Past.

Laying Lasting Foundations for the Future

Jacobs, Heidi H. .Johnson, Ann. Curriculum Mapping Planner. ASCD 2009

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Shifting Practice

  • Purposeful Dialogue
  • Consensus
  • Inform decision making
  • Timely
  • Assessment
  • Focused
  • Mixed Groups
  • Actual
  • Detailed
  • Aligned
  • Embed
  • Review
  • Record
  • Curriculum
  • School Wide
essential elements1
Essential Elements
  • Purpose, Principles and Basic Essentials
  • Rationale and Commitment
  • Vision and Direction
essential elements curriculum
Essential Elements - Curriculum

From

To

Evidence Based

Actual V’s Intended

Accessible & Accountable

Aligns & Scaffolds

Central & Transparent

Cohesive, Collaborative& Connected

  • Wide ranging
  • Cumbersome & Complex
  • Saved in a myriad of ways
  • In a variety of places
  • Updated in many different ways
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Strengthening

Evidence Based

Informing

essential elements2
Essential Elements
  • Purpose, Principles and Basic Essentials
  • Rationale and Commitment
  • Vision and Direction

http://indulgy.com/post/HZdujqsvQ1/school-project

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1.

Purposeful

Relevant

Current

Connected

Aligned

3.

Reviewed

Revised

Renewed

Responsive

2.

Social

Local

Global

Digital

Curriculum Mapping

Amplifying Learning in the 21st Century School

21st Century Teachers

Strategic

Curriculum

Learning Community

School Vision

Direction

21st Century Learners

Confident, Connected, Actively Involved, Lifelong Learners

21st century curriculum considerations
21st Century Curriculum Considerations

Curriculum that is...

Purposeful

Global

Digital

Current

Relevant

Social

Connected

Authentic

reviewing requirements
Reviewing Requirements
  • Sustainability, Structures, Processes, Systems
  • Culture of Collaboration
  • Alignment & Transparency

http://intentblog.com/what-do-business-poetry-and-sustainability-have-in-common/

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Clarity & Cohesion Purpose & Function

  • Scheduling

– Daily, Annual, Long term

  • Grouping

– Personnel, Students

  • Learning Spaces

– Physical & Virtual

  • Time

- Communication

- Individual & collaborative actions

- Data Analysis

- Review & Revision

- Professional Inquiry

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Reviewing Requirements
  • Sustainability, Structures, Processes, Systems
  • Culture of Collaboration
  • Alignment & Transparency

http://intentblog.com/what-do-business-poetry-and-sustainability-have-in-common/

Suspend Judgment

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Establish the Culture

Collaborative

Professional Inquiry

Suspend all Judgement

shifts in thinking
Shifts in Thinking

From

To

Systems thinking

Collegiality

Information driven reality

Collective autonomy

  • Unconnected thinking
  • An environment of isolation
  • Perceived reality
  • Individual autonomy

Source: Hall, Pete. Simeral Alisa.(2008) Building Teachers’ Capacity for Success.Alexandroa, VA:ASCD

a culture of conversations the is
A Culture of Conversations the is:

Data Driven

Interconnected

reviewing requirements2
Reviewing Requirements
  • Sustainability, Structures, Processes, Systems
  • Culture of Collaboration
  • Alignment & Transparency
  • What is taught?
  • How it is taught?
  • How learning is assessed and reported?

http://intentblog.com/what-do-business-poetry-and-sustainability-have-in-common/

systems thinking
Systems Thinking

All part of the whole

All members benefit

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Reaching Consensus

Departments

Level

Individual

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What curriculum conversations

are taking

place in your school?

establishing the process
Establishing the Process
  • Identify Quality Mapping Practices
  • Clarifying Expectations & Desired Outcomes
  • Identify Key Contributors
  • Explore Related Formats, Tools and Strategies

http://intentblog.com/what-do-business-poetry-and-sustainability-have-in-common/

establishing the process quality practice
Establishing the Process – Quality Practice

Steps

Considerations

Organization

Best fit - core team

Systems for documenting maps

Consistency of

- Processes

- Protocols

- Messaging

- Expectations

Expected outcomes

Implementation Strategies

Documenting process, professional learning conversations, student responses and evolving outcomes

  • Research
  • Identify an End in Mind
  • Select facilitator
  • Establish a core team
  • Analayse Current situation
  • Plan to build on strengths
  • Plan to address gaps
  • Establish a process and structure
  • Embed process in school calendar
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Classroom Implementation

Deep Professional

Inquiry

Purposeful Learning Conversations

Immediate or

Long Term Development

Individual

Common or Mixed Group

What does it tell us?

What does this mean?

What are we going to do with it?

Suspend all Judgment

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Establishing the Process
  • Identify Quality Mapping Practices
  • Clarifying Expectations & Desired Outcomes
  • Identify Key Contributors
  • Explore Related Formats, Tools and Strategies

http://intentblog.com/what-do-business-poetry-and-sustainability-have-in-common/

http://www.savante.co.nz/tag/effective-work/

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What does this mean?

Current school curriculum is the foundation on which we build.

A Common Language

Protocols Established & Followed

Collaboration

Informed Decision Making

School Wide Alignment

Critical & Creative Thinking

Within & Across Levels

Scope and Sequenced Data

Content, Skills & Assessment

Cohesion

Deep and Purposeful Learning Conversations

Connected, Relevant & Engaging

thinking about learning
Thinking about Learning
  • Enhanced achievement is “the end in mind”
  • The “end in mind” is best served by competent effective systems
  • Do not impose learning. Start by “thinking about learning”

Source: Hall, Pete. Simeral Alisa.(2008) Building Teachers’ Capacity for Success.Alexandroa, VA:ASCD

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Establishing the Process
  • Identify Quality Mapping Practices
  • Clarifying Expectations & Desired Outcomes
  • Identify Key Contributors
  • Explore Related Formats, Tools and Strategies
  • Leadership
  • Core team
  • Teachers
  • Students
  • Community

http://intentblog.com/what-do-business-poetry-and-sustainability-have-in-common/

establishing the process3
Establishing the Process
  • Identify Quality Mapping Practices
  • Clarifying Expectations & Desired Outcomes
  • Identify Key Contributors
  • Explore Related Formats, Tools and Strategies

http://intentblog.com/what-do-business-poetry-and-sustainability-have-in-common/

http://www.trexglobal.com/property-management/property-management/property-management-why-establishing-repair-and-maintenance-system-is-important/attachment/property-management

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Key Considerations

  • What impact will format have on school wide alignment and coherence?
  • What formats, tools and strategies will best facilitate transparency?
  • What role does technology have in the maintaining and sustaining the curriculum mapping process?
analyse c urrent s tructures
Analyse Current Structures

Gaps

Redundancies

Strengths

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Chic Foote

Christine Smith

Helix Consulting

+ 64 21832646

chic.foote@helix.ac.nz

christine.smith@helix.ac.nz