Creating standards-based integrated curriculum : the common core state standards edition
- Susan M. Drake.
- 3rd ed.
- Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin, c2012.
- Physical description
- xx, 207 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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- Drake, Susan M., 1944-
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 190-195) and index.
- List of Figures Preface Acknowledgments About the Author Introduction: Personally Seeking Rigor and Relevance 1. What Is Interdisciplinary Curriculum? Why Integrate the Curriculum? Approaches to Integration Degrees of Integration A Summary of the Different Approaches to Integration Discussion Questions and Suggested Activities 2. Accountability and Two-Dimensional Thinking What Is Accountability? What Is a Standards-Based Approach? Two-Dimensional Thinking The Know/Do/Be Umbrella Designing Down Designing Down and Interdisciplinary Work Unpacking the Standards Curriculum Mapping Benefits of Curriculum Mapping Discussion Questions and Suggested Activities 3. Snapshots of Exemplary Integrated Programs Scofield Magnet Middle School, Stamford, Connecticut: The Stamford HP Catalyst Project Shelburne Community School, Shelburne, Vermont: The Alpha Program Miami Country Day School, Miami, Florida: Abess Center for Environmental Studies iEARN (International Education and Resource Network High Tech High, San Diego, California Science Leadership Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, Detroit, Michigan Discussion Questions and Suggested Activities 4. Doing the Groundwork for Interdisciplinary Curriculum What Is Worth Knowing? What Is Worth Doing? How Do We Want Our Students to Be? The Scan and Cluster: Using the Zoom Lens to Identify the KDB Creating the KDB Umbrella Finding the Know Finding the Do Discovering the Be Creating an Exploratory Web Creating Essential Questions to Guide Curriculum Planning Creating Essential Questions Across the Curriculum Discussion Questions and Suggested Activities 5. How Do Teachers Know When Students Have Met Expectations? Interdisciplinary Assessment A Sample of a Rich Culminating Assessment Task Planning Rich Culminating Assessment Tasks Assessing the Development of Big Ideas and Enduring Understandings: An Example From a Fifth-Grade Unit Planning for the Rich Culminating Assessment Task: An Example From a Fourth-Grade Unit Discussion Question and Suggested Activities 6. Putting the Pieces Together Designing Daily Activities and Assessments Creating the Daily Activities/Assessments The Seamless Integration of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Discussion Questions and Suggested Activities Epilogue: Curriculum Integration in the 21st Century Appendix A. A Completed Unit: Conservation Clubhouse by Cathy Griffin Appendix B. A Standards-Based Grade 10 Curriculum Unit: Saga of Survival Appendix C. A Rubric and Reflection Tool to Use as a Guide for Creating Your Own Standards-Based Interdisciplinary Curriculum References Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- What students must know, do, and we have always been the focus of curriculum, but creating integrated curriculum that engages learners in ways that can be measured within a accountability-driven environments has proven increasingly challenging in recent years. In this completely revised and updated edition of SusanaDrake's classic text on integrated curriculum, the author provides a new approach to a standards-based curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Within a framework that allows for multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary approaches to curriculum integration, the author focuses on planning assessment tasks, designing instructional strategies, developing daily activities, and connecting big questions to big understandings.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781452218809 20160610
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