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Ramp Up Part 2

Ok so last time I went over what subjects were going to be introduced and the dates during the June “Ramp Up” period. Today I am going to outline what topics we are planning on covering up till the start of the official curriculum on the 29th. 1,398 more words


Evaluate & Use Effective Curriculum Design - Standard 9

Standard 9 states that teacher leaders are able to evaluate and use effective curriculum design.  During EDU6524 Curriculum Design, I was challenged to do just that.  1,940 more words

9: Evaluate And Use Effective Curriculum Design

New History Curriculum

The social studies curriculum I’ve been teaching my first graders is awful.  It’s all over the place – we talked briefly about map skills, continents and oceans, then moved on to the Revolutionary War, then American monuments, and then onto good citizenship.  1,231 more words




In education, a curriculum is broadly defined as the totality of student experiences that occur in the educational process. The term often refers specifically to a planned sequence of instruction, or to a view of the student’s experiences in terms of the educator’s or school’s instructional goals. 1,860 more words

English Education

Another busy week

This week we’ve done lots of writing based on our current class book, The Twits, including a new chapter about a trick. We’ve also learnt how to answer questions about bar charts,  make tally charts, collect data and then put the data onto a bar chart. 52 more words


General Education

The proposed general education curriculum revision at UOG is still making its way through the university review process. I have noticed two primary points of concern. 1,174 more words


Religion and the Curriculum

I have just discovered this article of mine was picked up by the Curriculum and Leadership Journal as a leader in 2005! Some of the details, therefore, maybe a little out of date, but the thrust of the article still stands. 997 more words