Creating an Understanding-Based Curriculum and Assessment System for 21st Century Learning
2 interactive sessions - 2 Hours per session
(participant will receive a certificate of participation at the end of the workshop)
March 14 & 16, 2022
Thailand 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
USD 300 per participant
Bring a friend
USD 500 per two participants
USD 1000 per 5 participants
USD 1500 per 10 participants
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"Established Standards provide a clear set of worthy educational outcomes. However, the Standards are not curriculum. Educators must use the standards as a basis for designing high-quality curricula and assessments to support impactful teaching for effective learning."
Jay McTighe is a veteran educator, having served as a teacher, resource specialist, program coordinator, director of a state program for gifted students, and administrator for innovative programs at the Maryland Department of Education.
He is an accomplished author, having co-authored 18 books, including the award-winning and best-selling Understanding by Design series with Grant Wiggins. His books have been translated into fourteen languages.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is designed for curriculum and assessment staff, school-based administrators, teacher leaders, and instructional coaches.
In this workshop, we will apply the principles and practices of Understanding by Design and Leading Modern Learning for transforming the Standards and 21st-century skills into a coherent curriculum that emphasizes understanding and long-term transfer.
Participants will learn proven approaches for:
Creating a curriculum “blueprint” to guide the design of a coherent and vertically aligned curriculum
“Unpacking” standards to identify conceptually big ideas and transfer goals
Generating essential questions that spiral across the grades
Creating recurring cornerstone assessment tasks and companion rubrics that integrate 21st Century Skills with academic content
Curriculum Mapping 3.0 – Mapping the curriculum around desired performances rather than simply a scope and sequence of content “coverage”
Utilizing web-based resources for “working smarter”