Content into Practice Sep 7 Sec C Welcome!

  • LEARNING GOAL: We are learning to deconstruct curriculum and our beliefs of what that is
  • LEARNING GOAL: We are learning to use activities to teach content
  • LEARNING GOAL: We are learning to be reflective practitioners
  • SUCCESS CRITERIA: I'm looking for constructive conversations and dialogue about curriculum and teaching
  • SUCCESS CRITERIA: I'm looking for engaged learners
  • SUCCESS CRITERIA: I'm looking for critical thinking, demonstrated through conversations, posts and products

What is a good teacher? 20 characters. Go!

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Concept, Nature and Purposes
  • 7 Types of curriculum operating in schools in this model: Recommended, Written, Taught, Supported, Assessed, Learned, and Hidden.
  • Groups of 7: read a slide and think of examples of each type of curriculum in classrooms you have experienced.
  • Share your examples and engage with the connection diagram on slide 9.
  • Be prepared to share your group understanding with the whole class.
Do the Curriculum Activity on Moodle

Moodle

For next week, please read the following posted on Moodle: ​

  • Curriculum as Window and Mirror​
  • Student Voice​
  • Using Data to Improve Student Achievement​
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action​ (as you read this, consider which calls to action will influence your teaching and learning as an educator​)

If you have not yet posted a picture on Moodle, please do so. It doesn't have to be about education but it sure could be.

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