Making curriculum decisions related to students' learning loss is on every educator's mind—both addressing immediate concerns and prioritizing learning as education and a need for innovation continues moving forward. To discuss your needs and concerns, contact Janet to schedule a free virtual meeting.
This how-to guide provides three phases and five learning flow routine steps to establish or enhance documentation practices in classrooms and professional learning environments. The documenting framework provides students and educators with an interconnected, metacognitive approach for creating evidence of their learning.
Janet’s best-selling book addresses the mapping basics, including suggested steps for implementing and sustaining an ongoing mapping process. It also provides readers with powerful tools, features, and strategies that can significantly enhance your curriculum design, as well as provide solutions for dealing with potential challenges.
This book provide strategies and steps to transform curriculum and instruction to embrace contemporary learning environments that engage students in higher-order thinking tasks, make local and global connections, and incorporate appropriate technology, and includes detailed "snapshots" of the transformational upgrading process in action.
Janet’s companion curriculum mapping book provides administrators and teacher leaders with specific guidance and strategies to effectively ensure a curriculum mapping implementation is not only sustained, but becomes embedded into the cultural consciousness of how to conduct curriculum, instruction and assessment decision-making.
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