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CBE 3 Bender-Stone
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CBE 3 Bender-Stone

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Commonplace Book Entry for EDUC513A at the MAT @ USC

Commonplace Book Entry for EDUC513A at the MAT @ USC

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  • 1. Understanding by Design
    A Review based on John L. Brown’s Making the Most of Understanding by Design
  • 2. Understanding By Design
    Framework for curriculum design
    Oriented toward development of student understanding
    Focused on “Big Ideas” in content areas
  • 3. What Works
    the common sense nature of principles and activities
    potential power for overcoming a tendency in public education to teach to the test
    ability to guide and inform educators’ efforts to unpack standards and to help all students develop a deep conceptual understanding of what they are studying.
    - Brown, J. (2004)
  • 4. Sound bites
  • 5. What’s Been Challenging
    The need for educators to have time to think about and implement the process in their classrooms
    The need to make UbD implementation a long-term initiative the involves all organizational stakeholders
    The need to collect, analyze and disseminate achievement data related to high levels of UbD use.
    -Brown, J. (2004)
  • 6. Where To Go From Here
    Because UbD now actually brings forth for all students many of the approaches formerly associated with gifted programming, I hope to see some effort to build in a way to address differentiation for high-ability learners in the future framework. That said, [finding] a way to address modifications for any learner with special needs would send a loud message that high-quality learning is for all students, but here is a structure to use to “modify” access to this high-quality learning as needed.
    -Deborah Jo Alberti, assistant director of special and gifted education services for the Norfolk Public Schools in Norfolk, VA
  • 7. Works Consulted
    Brown, J.L. (2004). Making the Most of Understanding by Design. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development
    Wiggins, Grant. (2011) Retrieved from http://grantwiggins.wordpress.com/recent-professional-projects/

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