Keys to Curriculum Mapping: Strategies and Tools to Make It Work (Paperback)
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Keys to Curriculum Mapping: Strategies and Tools to Make It Work (Paperback)

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Paperback 120 Pages / Published: 26/05/2005
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Foreword by Heidi Hayes Jacobs

This user friendly resource packed with templates, flowcharts, tips and trouble-shooting for curriculum mapping supplements the work of Udelhofen's frequent conference collaborator and leading curriculum mapping author Heidi Hayes Jacobs. The work is grounded in the author's consulting work with schools, conference presentations with fellow experts in the process, and research on effective schools. Her process includes a working through of concerns and issues that frequently impede initial progress, including finding time and trusting sharing of information. She provides needed templates and know-how to adopt and use this process to support other initiatives aimed at school improvement, including NCLB and professional development.

Features include:

" School improvement initiatives, including NCLB

" Learning community expertise

" Curriculum mapping to standards

" Paper templates and review of assistive mapping software

" Step-by-step guidelines

" Illuminating quotes from teachers and leaders in the field

Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
ISBN: 9781412909587
Number of pages: 120
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 279 x 215 x 10 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"We are mentored by this master educator as we read through the pages of Keys to Curriculum Mapping. This book will be of enormous help to staff developers, building and district administrators, and to classroom teachers at all levels of instruction." -- From the Foreword (Heidi Hayes Jacobs)

"The how, when, where, and why of curriculum mapping. Provides a curriculum development staff with an excellent guide to school improvement."

-- Curriculum Connections, Spring 2006

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