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Pros and Cons of Curriculum Mapping
Transcript of Pros and Cons of Curriculum Mapping
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Here is the news on the good, the bad and the ugly of curriculum mapping!
Consistency Between Grades!
In Conclusion there are many pros and cons of curriculum mapping. It really comes down to personal preference on if you use it or not in your classroom.
How Does Curriculum Mapping Benefit Teachers? (2009, October 28). Retrieved December 5, 2014, from http://www.ehow.com/facts_5584367_curriculum-mapping-benefit-teachers_.html
It is very time intensive!!
Students are learning the same skills in every grade, and there is not too much overlap in curriculum. "Teachers no longer wonder what students learned in the grade before".("How Does Curriculum Mapping Benefit Teachers?")
When you go back to think link......
If you have not chosen the red circle yet, to learn about differentiation, then please do.
If you have completed both sides, please click the target button at the bottom for the conclusion!
Long Term there are fewer lesson plans!
Awee but everyone loves writing lesson plans!! AMIRIGHT? Or AMIRIGHT?
psssst! Your wrong!!
Unity in Material being taught!
"When teachers are using a curriculum map, all teachers are teaching the same concept at the same time. The teacher is benefited in that she knows where her fellow teachers are and can stay on the same page with them in teaching."
("How Does Curriculum Mapping Benefit Teachers?")
I don't know about you... but I did not sign up to teach so it could take up all of my time!!
Some teachers have a hard time planning so far ahead.
Dove, M., & Honigsfeld, A. (2013). Key to Successful Implementation: Collaborative Strategies Overview. In Common Core for the Not so Common Learner (p. 180). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.