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Curriculum mapping

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Guide for curriculum mapping at Boise State University Albertsons Library.

Guide for curriculum mapping at Boise State University Albertsons Library.

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  • 1. Curriculum Mapping
    Albertsons Library
    Summer 2011
  • 2. Workshop Goals
    Gain an understanding of curriculum mapping.
    Use curriculum mapping to connect information literacy goals to one liaison area degree programs.
    Short-term goal:
    Map one degree program by the end of July.
  • 3. Curriculum Mapping (CM)
    Curriculum (Latin)= course/path in small steps
    Teachers as leaders
    Collaborative inquiry
    Proactive, strategic, tiered
    Data-driven decision-making
    Verification vs. speculation
    What students are actually taught
    Not a replacement for lesson plans
    Differentiated instruction
  • 4. CM Outcomes
    Measurable improvement in student achievement
    Ongoing curriculum & assessment review
  • 5. CM Elements
    Unit name
    Content
    What students should know; can be concepts or PBL
    Skills
    What students must do; cognitive or physical action
    Activities (optional)
    Assessment
    Assessment: actual product of performance
    Evaluation: criteria and judgment
    I, R, M
    Resources
    Tutorials, worksheets, activities, etc.
  • 6. Questions
    If we have no working knowledge of what students studied in previous years, how can we build on their learning?
    If we have no insight into the curriculum in later grades, how can we prepare learners for future classes?