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This one day overview will walk you through what a rigorous curriculum includes, and how curriculum fits perfectly into the “big picture” of standards, assessments, instruction, and data practices.

10/27/2014
When: 10/27/2014
9:00 AM
Where: Colorado League of Charter Schools Training Center
4201 E. Yale Avenue
Denver, CO  80222
United States
Contact: Tisha Bouwmeester
303-989-5356, ext. 106

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Rigorous Curriculum Design Workshop
Hosted by Colorado League of Charter Schools
Date: Monday, October 27
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Colorado League of Charter Schools Training Center, 4201 E. Yale Avenue, Denver, CO 80222
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Cost: League Members: $175 for one person; $100 for each additional attendee.
Non-Members: $225 for one person; $100 for each additional attendee.
(Grant funds were used to subsidize the cost of this training, which would normally cost $400/person.)
Audience: School Leaders & Teachers

This one day overview will walk you through what a rigorous curriculum includes, and how curriculum fits perfectly into the “big picture” of standards, assessments, instruction, and data practices.  You will leave with a preview of the step-by-step sequence for first laying a strong curricular foundation and then designing the actual curricular units of study, from start to finish.  The final part of the overview describes how to effectively implement each unit of study in the classroom and instructional program setting.The model defines a rigorous curriculum as “an inclusive set of intentionally aligned components—clear learning outcomes with matching assessments, engaging learning experiences, and instructional strategies—organized into sequenced units of study that serve as both the detailed road map and the high-quality delivery system for ensuring that all students achieve the desired end: the attainment of their designated grade- or course-specific standards within a particular content area.”  The RCD Process is broken down into four parts in which:

Seeing the “Big Picture” connections first
Building the foundation for designing curricular units
Designing the curricular unit of study
Implementing the unit of study
Content provided by The Leadership and Learning Center, www.leadandlearn.com 

For more information, contact Tisha Bouwmeester at tbouwmeester@coloradoleague.org  or 303-989-5356, ext. 106.

Registration: Click here to register. Deadline: October 20.

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