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Heidi Hayes Jacobs - Curriculum Mapping

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Heidi Hayes Jacobs - Curriculum Mapping
Heidi Hayes Jacobs' Vision
*Teaching to the 21st century -

"I often wonder if many of our students feel like they are time traveling as they walk through the school door each morning. As they cross the threshold, do they feel as if they are entering a simulation of life in the 1980s? Then, at the end of the school day, do they feel that they have returned to the 21st century?" (Jacobs, 2012)

* Getting rid of the "binder on a shelf" curriculum
Curriculum Mapping
Curriculum mapping aims for:
Collaboration
Student learning
Professional Development
Reflection
Curriculum is a "living, breathing document"
online
always changing
shared (with colleagues & the public)
Curriculum mapping is an ongoing process that is never finished
What is a curriculum map?
What does it look like?
* Big Ideas
* Essential Questions
* Knowledge/ Vocabulary
* Skills
* Assessments
* Activities
* Resources
* Reflection

Conclusion
Curriculum mapping is extremely beneficial to school systems and anyone involved. It is a way to keep the curriculum current and keep every member connected.

"Curriculum mapping (today) allows for collaborating and sharing both locally and globally." - Jacobs (2012)
Heidi Hayes Jacobs

* Taught elementary, middle, and high school in Utah, Massachusetts, and New York

* Written many books on curriculum

* Currently an education consultant, an adjunct associate professor at Columbia University, and president of Curriculum Designers, Inc.

* Works with schools on curriculum reform and planning.

The 4 Phases of Curriculum Mapping

1. Laying the foundation

2. Launching the Process

3. Maintaining, Sustaining, and Integrating

4. Advanced Mapping Tasks
Phase 1

Think......
*See where you are as a school
Do the research....
*What software will you use? Will you create your own?

Phase II

*How will it be introduced?

*Start mapping

*Short term goals, long term vision
Phase III

*Consensus maps in place

*The way of communication

*Replace binders/place for sharing

*Assessment/curriculum connection


Phase IV

*Formal revisiting

*Updating for the 21st century
References

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