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CURRICULUM MAPPING

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Heidie Hayes description of curriculum mapping for beginners.

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CURRICULUM MAPPING

  1. 1. Title Aida Garcia NTC
  2. 2. PROPONENT • HEIDI HAYES JACOBS in 2004 in her books “GETTING RESULTS WITH CURRICULUM PLANNING”
  3. 3. A process that follows curriculum designing Done before curriculum implementation/operation
  4. 4. DEFINITION For each subject & grade level
  5. 5. It will answer the question, What did my child learned in school?
  6. 6. PURPOSE OF CURRICULUM MAPPING
  7. 7. • 1. Improve instruction • 2. Maintain quality of education through....
  8. 8. 1. Prevents...Redundant curriculum
  9. 9. Curriculum should be instead “Spiral curriculum” + addition subtraction multiplication division From simple to complex knowledge
  10. 10. 2. Addresses Academic Gap • Employability & skills
  11. 11. 3. Resolves Misalignment • ALIGNMENT – Comparison between academic content and assessment.
  12. 12. 4. Avoids academic inconsistency • Academic inconsistencies happen because teacher in a same level that teaching same subject could be using different books. Thus they may be giving different information or different topic,
  13. 13. Curriculum mapping therefore is... • A planning tool • A procedure for examining & organizing curriculum • Allows educators to determine how SKILLS, CONTENT & ASSESSMENTS will unfold over the course of the year, their pacing, & how they blend with other subjects.
  14. 14. CURRICULUM MAPPING PROCESS
  15. 15. 1. Make a matrix / spreadsheet Use your Microsoft excel
  16. 16. 2. Place a timeline that you need to cover Science Gr. 9 First Quarter Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Eg. One quarter, one semester, one year
  17. 17. 3. Enter the Intended Learning Outcome, skills needed to be taught Science Gr. 9 First Quarter WEEK COVERED INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME Week 1 Recognize significance of biology. Week 2 Week 3
  18. 18. 4. Enter the content areas / subject areas to be covered Science Gr. 9 First Quarter WEEK COVERED INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME CONTENT Week 1 Recognize significance of biology. Sigficance of biology Week 2 Week 3
  19. 19. 5. Enter & Align the name of resources available Science Gr. 9 First Quarter WEEK COVERED INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME CONTENT RESOURCES Week 1 Recognize significance of biology. Significance of biology. Garcia, A.V. “Biology for Filipinos,” page 17 – 18. Week 2 Eg. Textbooks, workbook, module Week 3
  20. 20. 6. Enter teaching learning methods to achieve outcome Science Gr. 9 First Quarter WEEK COVERED INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME CONTENT RESOURCES METHOD Week 1 Recognize significance of biology. Significance of biology Garcia, A.V. “Biology for Filipinos,” page 17 – 18. Discussion Week 2
  21. 21. 7. Enter & Align the assessment procedure & tools to the intended learning outcomes, content areas & resources Science Gr. 9 First Quarter WK INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME CONTENT RESOURCES METHOD EVALUATION Wk1 Recog- nize the signifi- cance of biology Significance of biology. Garcia, A.V. “Biology for Filipinos,” page 17 – 18. Discussion Post test Wk2
  22. 22. 8. Circulate the map among all involved personnel for their inputs
  23. 23. 9. Revise & refine map based on suggestions & distribute to all concerned
  24. 24. CHARACTERISTIC OF CURRICULUM MAPPING
  25. 25. • 1. It is a visual timeline that outlined desired learning outcomes to be achieve. • 2. Provides quality control of in what are taught in schools – maintains excellence, efficiency & effectiveness
  26. 26. • 3. Can be simple or elaborate.
  27. 27. Ex. Of elaborate curriculum map
  28. 28. • 4. May be used by individual teacher, a department, whole school or educ. system • 5. It is transparency – anyone can see it, including parents
  29. 29. • 6. It is a work in-progress. It may still be revised and refined over time. • 7. Provides good info for modification of curriculum, changing standards & competencies
  30. 30. • 8. Should be coherent horizontally & vertically
  31. 31. HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT • other name: pacing guide • Will make all teachers, teaching the same subject in a grade level follow the same timeline & accomplish same OUTCOME • For state-mandated, standard- based assessment
  32. 32. VERTICAL ALIGNMENT • see to it that concept development is in hierarchy or spiral form • does not overlap • from simple to more complicated concepts
  33. 33. • Alignment develops INTERDICIPLINARY connections among teachers, students & other courses. • Ex. Librarian may contribute by entering the newest edition of textbooks already available in the library.
  34. 34. Now that you know those info... Let us have another sample
  35. 35. Curriculum Mapping for Higher Education • THE PROCESS
  36. 36. 1. Make a matrix or a spreadsheet
  37. 37. 2. Identify the degree or program outcomes (eg. BSED) DEGREE: BSED
  38. 38. 3. Identify subject / courses under the degree BSED SUBJECTS Child Devp. Cur. Dev.
  39. 39. 4. List the subjects along the vertical cells of the matrix in a chronological/logical manner
  40. 40. 5. List the degree program outcomes along the horizintal cell (use code such as PO1, PO2 etc. If too long to fit in a cell • Eg. • PO1 = Applied basic/higher 21st century skills • PO2 = Comprehended knowledge of the content they will teach • PO3 = Demonstrated diff teaching approacher
  41. 41. 6. Cross the Subject & the Outcomes. Determine if such subjects accomplishes the outcomes as either: > Learned (L), > Performed (P) or > given Opportunity (O), Place code in corresponding cell.
  42. 42. 7. Fill up all the cells BSED OUTCOMES PO 1 PO2 PO3 PO4 SUBJECTS Child Dev. L P L O Cur. Dev. L P L L
  43. 43. 8. After accomplishing the map, use it as a guide for all teachers teaching the course for students to complete the degree in four years
  44. 44. GENERALIZATION
  45. 45. 1.Curriculum mapping is ____. 2. I would use curriculum mapping for __________. 3. The matrix of my curriculum map contains ____________. 4. I would share my curriculum mapping with _________. What have you learned?
  46. 46. • 5. My curriculum map has a “pacing guide.” It is the __________ alignment. • 6. My curriculum map is on-going because ______________. • 7. Heide Hayes Jacobs is _____. • 8. The steps of curriculum mapping process are _______. What have you learned?
  47. 47. Parting words

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