Using High Quality Curriculum for School Improvement
Registered everyone under: Aligning College and Career Ready IEPs with Grade Level Standards
||Mary Ann Hudziak
||Sue Christensen 920-236-0546
CESA 06 - Conference Center
2300 State Rd. 44
Oshkosh, WI 54904
||09:00 AM - 03:00 PM
||On-site check-in 8:30 - 9 a.m.
We know that curriculum is the core of the classroom experience, but what makes a quality curriculum? How can educators be sure that what they teach is strongly aligned to the specific standards? What kinds of lessons, learning experiences, and assessments are most effective, and how should they be embedded within the curriculum? By examining the big picture, educators can determine the curriculum’s strengths and weaknesses. From there they can decide where to focus attention in the curriculum design or revision and where to supplement an adopted published curriculum. (Lalor, 2017) As we examine the big picture, there are layers of curriculum to consider: formal, operational, taught, assessed and learned. This workshop is designed to examine the many layers of high quality curriculum.
- Discuss the importance of curriculum accessibility and effectiveness.
- Understand the many layers, their importance and how they interact for clear communication and effectiveness.
- Examine the importance of quality professional development to address the rationale, development, and use of the curriculum.
- Experience how student work is used to inform the curriculum, illustrate levels of performance, and determine student need.
CESA 6 makes every effort to accommodate basic dietary needs such as vegetarian,
gluten free and basic food allergies. Because of the number of meals served and the
number of items used each day, along with food product changes from our food
vendors, we cannot guarantee that every allergen in the food served will be
identified and labeled. Guests concerned with food allergies must be aware of this
risk. CESA 6 does not assume liability for adverse reactions to food consumed or
items one may come into contact with while eating at a CESA 6 event.
To better serve our guests with dietary restrictions or allergies, please go into your
MyQuickReg account and update the special accommodations section. Notice of a
special dietary need must be made in advance of the event.
Any registration cancellation must be received 48 business hours before the scheduled
date for a refund to be issued. Because attendance at most sessions is
limited, persons registering and not in attendance on the day of the session
will be charged the full registration fee. CESA 6 reserves the right to
cancel any session due to insufficient enrollment. Participants will be
notified by email or phone if a cancellation occurs.