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.
When I wrote A Guide to Curriculum Mapping, I mentioned: Reasons to begin mapping are logical and to the point. Ensuring successful implementation and sustainability are not as straightforward. Curriculum mapping involves a complex process; it is not a quick-fix model.
Given there are varying definitions of what curriculum mapping truly represents, it is essential that administrators and teachers early on can differentiate and articulate the nuances among curriculum design, instructional practices, and assessments, as well as establish a common mapping vocabulary, given the diversity of the professional experiences of those involved will be bringing to the mapping process.
While short- and long-range action plans are a necessity, the need for flexibility and tenacity is imperative for curriculum mapping to reach sustainability.
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