No. 3092, 2003, 163 pp.
Planning a Connected Curriculum offers practical advice and proven strategies to connect the curriculum in an era of standards-based education. All practical suggestions in this book have been used successfully in Wisconsin’s classrooms.
Planning a Connected Curriculum was primarily written with students in mind. This book outlines the steps that educators can take to improve student learning through (1) connections across school subjects, (2) connections between content and learner, (3) connections between school, student and community, and (4) connections through meaningful assessment.
Planning a Connected Curriculum succeeds, but does not replace, DPI’s Guide to Connected Curriculum and Action Research (1997). Together, they provide a good roadmap for professional development plans as required by teacher licensing rules.
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