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Baker College. Curriculum Design Tier I. Curriculum Tier Professional Development. Tier I – (required) Training for curriculum development focused on UbD Stage 1 and its applications ( you are here ). Tier II- (required) Training for the use of curriculum design and development tools.

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baker college

Baker College

Curriculum Design Tier I

curriculum tier professional development
Curriculum Tier Professional Development
  • Tier I – (required) Training for curriculum development focused on UbD Stage 1 and its applications (you are here).
  • Tier II- (required) Training for the use of curriculum design and development tools.
  • Tier III – (optional) Professional development for future Curriculum Tier Champions.
curriculum design tier i objectives
Curriculum Design Tier I Objectives
  • Develop an understanding of Baker’s curriculum process.
  • Discuss significance of uniform curriculum.
  • Examine how curriculum is used to maximize student learning and engagement.
ubd uses
UbD Uses
  • Ways you will be able to use UbD concepts:
    • Actively participate in the design process.
    • Apply the concepts to your existing curriculum.
      • Critically evaluate and maximize the use of your existing course student learning outcomes.
baker s curriculum process
Baker’s Curriculum Process
  • Understanding by Design (UbD) is our curriculum process.
  • UbD is a backward design process.
    • Beginning with the end in mind.
  • Example:
    • Going on vacation- you start by asking yourself, “Where do I want to go?”
the ubd process
The UbD Process

Three stages:

  • Stage 1: Identify desired results.
    • What will students know and be able to do at the end of a course or a program?
  • Stage 2: Determine acceptable evidence.
    • How do we know that students know it and can do it?
  • Stage 3: Planning learning experiences.
    • How will we get them to the desired results?
general to specific stage 1
General to SpecificStage 1

Big Ideas & Essential Questions


Student Learning


Enabling Objectives

ubd stage i
UbD Stage I
  • Goal – Purpose for the course.
  • Big Ideas – Key concepts that you want students to take away from the course.
  • Essential Questions –Open-ended, deep thinking questions.
  • What students will know and do – The knowledge and skills students will acquire.
    • These lead to the SLOs & EOs.
stage 1 goal and big ideas
Stage 1: Goal and Big Ideas
  • Goal:
    • This is generally the purpose for the course.
  • Big Ideas:
    • Core to the subject.
    • Establishes learning priorities.
    • Holds together the related content.
    • Broad and abstract.
    • One or two words.
    • Universal in application.
    • Timeless.
    • Uncover meaning or value.
drivers training
Drivers Training
  • Brainstorm the goal of the Drivers Training course.
  • Brainstorm Big Ideas for the Drivers Training course.
stage 1 essential questions
Stage 1 Essential Questions

Essential Questions: What provocative questions will foster inquiry, understanding and transfer of learning?

  • Lead to the investigation of the Big Ideas and key content.
  • Open-ended.
  • Broad in scope and timeless by nature.
  • Perpetually arguable and may lead to a debate.
  • Questions should not generate a list or simple word answers, but may lead to other questions.
stage 1 knows and dos
Stage 1 Knows and Dos
  • Students will Know: What key knowledge and skills will students acquire as a result of this course?
  • Students will Do: What will students eventually be able to do as a result of such knowledge?
    • The Knows and Dos will lead to the development of Student Learning Outcomes and Enabling Objectives
drivers training1
Drivers Training
  • Brainstorm the Knows and Dos of the Drivers Training course.
application process
Application Process
  • In small groups:
    • Read your SLOs.
    • Look for common points/themes.
    • Group SLOs according to common themes.
  • Then:
    • Identify the Big Ideas of your groups of SLOs.
    • Create an Essential Question based on your Big Ideas.
    • Brainstorm ways that you might use your Big Ideas & Essential Questions in your course.
what now
What Now?

What is one thing that you are going to take away and use from this Professional Development session?