Assignment 3: curriculum development and implementation

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Scenario for Assignments 1-3 (Norfolk School District)In Norfolk VA is who my Papers was on.
Assume that you are the curriculum designer for a school district. The school board has requested that several teams develop proposals for new curricula to meet newly established state standards. You and your team must develop the first proposal to provide as a pilot or model for the other teams. You have to first identify a specific curriculum area not currently used in the school district that would greatly benefit the students in the district. Use the Internet or the Strayer Library as well as your textbook to develop a pilot curriculum for a specific discipline area (reading, math, science, etc.) or grade level (K-12) at a local school district.

 

Assignment 3: Curriculum Development and Implementation

 
Due Week 9 and worth 300 points

Refer to the Scenario for Assignments 1-3. Build on the same pilot curriculum you identified in Assignments 1 and 2 for this assignment.

 

Write an eight to ten (8-10) page paper in which you:

1.      Summarize the following aspects of Assignments 1 and 2:

1.      Describe the specific curriculum area and grade level(s) for the pilot curriculum

2.      Describe at least four (4) core instructional goals for the curriculum

3.      Review the various approaches to be used for the planned curriculum as well as potential cultural influences

4.      Review the strategy for incorporating critical thinking skills into the planned curriculum using Bloom’s Taxonomy

·        Develop at least three (3) student learning outcomes for each of the core instructional goals in the planned curriculum. (Note: Student learning outcomes must support accomplishment of their respective core instructional goal and be stated in a manner that is observable and measurable. The student learning outcomes must also support development of critical thinking skills consistent with Bloom’s Taxonomy. A brief article on writing student learning outcomes or objectives may be found at the following link: “Writing learning objectives: Beginning with the end in mind.” Retrieved January 2, 2013 from http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu/FD/writingobjectives.pdf.)

3.      Outline a least one (1) instructional lesson or exercise that could be used to facilitate mastery of one of the three (3) student learning outcomes listed. (Note: The instructional lesson outline should include instructor activities to promote mastery of the learning outcome and develop critical thinking skills. The outline should also include student activities that promote critical thinking and accomplishment of the learning outcome.)

4.      Propose at least one (1) way the students for which the lesson is designed will use technology as part of the lesson, providing a rationale for the technology. 

5.      Propose at least one (1) way in which technology will be used to deliver the lesson, providing a rationale for the technology.

6.      Create an implementation plan for the curriculum in the form of a PowerPoint presentation of at least eight (8) slides. Include (a) a summary of the development process (Assignments 1 and 2), (b) the instruction lesson outline, (c) an implementation timetable, and (d) the human and capital resources needed for successful implementation. (Note: The PowerPoint, which is not part of the page count, will be presented to the District School Board.)

7.      Use at least three (3) relevant, scholarly references published in the last seven (7) years. (May use references already used in this paper.) (Note: Wikipedia and other non-government Websites do not qualify as scholarly resources. Review the supplementary readings list on the first page of the course guide for possible references.)

 

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

·        Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

·        Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page, PowerPoint presentation, and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

 

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

·        Identify the key elements of curriculum design and development.

·        Compare the philosophical foundations of curriculum.

·        Consider how psychological foundations play a role in the development of curriculum.

·        Analyze the relationship of social foundations to K-12 curriculum.

·        Develop the strategies and techniques to support curriculum planning.

·        Design curriculum plan for a current or future school setting.

·        Create implementation approaches for curriculum.

·        Use technology and information resources to research issues in curriculum planning.

·        Write clearly and concisely about curriculum design and development using proper writing mechanics.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.

Points: 300

Assignment 3: Curriculum Development and Implementation

Criteria

Unacceptable
Below 70% F

Fair
70-79% C

Proficient
80-89% B

Exemplary
90-100% A

1. Summarize the following aspects of Assignments 1 and 2: (a) describe the specific curriculum area and grade level(s) for the pilot curriculum; (b) describe at least four (4) core instructional goals for the curriculum; (c) review the various approaches to be used for the planned curriculum as well as potential cultural influences; (d) review the strategy for incorporating critical thinking skills into the planned curriculum using Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Weight: 10%

Did not submit or incompletely summarized the following aspects of Assignments 1 and 2: (a) describe the specific curriculum area and grade level(s) for the pilot curriculum; (b) describe at least four (4)  core instructional goals for the curriculum; (c) review the various approaches to be used for the planned curriculum as well as potential cultural influences; (d) review the strategy for incorporating critical thinking skills into the planned curriculum using Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Partially summarized the following aspects of Assignments 1 and 2: (a) describe the specific curriculum area and grade level(s) for the pilot curriculum; (b) describe at least four (4)  core instructional goals for the curriculum; (c) review the various approaches to be used for the planned curriculum as well as potential cultural influences; (d) review the strategy for incorporating critical thinking skills into the planned curriculum using Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Satisfactorily summarized the following aspects of Assignments 1 and 2: (a) describe the specific curriculum area and grade level(s) for the pilot curriculum; (b) describe at least four (4)  core instructional goals for the curriculum; (c) review the various approaches to be used for the planned curriculum as well as potential cultural influences; (d) review the strategy for incorporating critical thinking skills into the planned curriculum using Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Thoroughly summarized the following aspects of Assignments 1 and 2: (a) describe the specific curriculum area and grade level(s) for the pilot curriculum; (b) describe at least four (4)  core instructional goals for the curriculum; (c) review the various approaches to be used for the planned curriculum as well as potential cultural influences; (d) review the strategy for incorporating critical thinking skills into the planned curriculum using Bloom’s Taxonomy.

2. Develop at least three (3) student learning outcomes for each of the core instructional goals in the planned curriculum.  (Note:Student learning outcomes must support accomplishment of their respective core instructional goal and be stated in a manner that is observable and measurable. The student learning outcomes must also support development of critical thinking skills consistent with Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely developed at least three (3) student learning outcomes for each of the core instructional goals in the planned curriculum. 

Partially developed at least three (3) student learning outcomes for each of the core instructional goals in the planned curriculum. 

Satisfactorily developed at least three (3) student learning outcomes for each of the core instructional goals in the planned curriculum. 

Thoroughly developed at least three (3) student learning outcomes for each of the core instructional goals in the planned curriculum. 

3. Outline a least one (1) instructional lesson or exercise that could be used to facilitate mastery of one (1) of the three (3) student learning outcomes listed. (Note: The instructional lesson outline should include instructor activities to promote mastery of the learning outcome and develop critical thinking skills. The outline should also include student activities that promote critical thinking and accomplishment of the learning outcome.)
Weight: 30%

Did not submit or incompletely outlined a least one (1) instructional lesson or exercise that could be used to facilitate mastery of one (1) of the three (3) student learning outcomes listed.

Partially outlined a least one (1) instructional lesson or exercise that could be used to facilitate mastery of one (1) of the three (3) student learning outcomes listed.

Satisfactorily outlined a least one (1) instructional lesson or exercise that could be used to facilitate mastery of one (1) of the three (3) student learning outcomes listed.

Thoroughly outlined a least one (1) instructional lesson or exercise that could be used to facilitate mastery of one (1) of the three (3) student learning outcomes listed.

4. Propose at least one (1) way the students for which the lesson is designed will use technology as part of the lesson, providing a rationale for the technology. 
Weight: 5%

Did not submit or incompletely proposed at least one (1) way the students for which the lesson is designed will use technology as part of the lesson; did not submit or incompletely provided a rationale for the technology. 

Partially proposed at least one (1) way the students for which the lesson is designed will use technology as part of the lesson; partially provided rationale for the technology. 

Satisfactorily proposed at least one (1) way the students for which the lesson is designed will use technology as part of the lesson; satisfactorily provided a rationale for the technology. 

Thoroughly proposed at least one (1) way the students for which the lesson is designed will use technology as part of the lesson; thoroughly provided a rationale for the technology. 

5. Propose at least one (1) way in which technology will be used to deliver the lesson, providing a rationale for the technology.
Weight: 5%

Did not submit or incompletely proposed at least one (1) way in which technology will be used to deliver the lesson; did not submit or incompletely provided a rationale for the technology.

Partially proposed at least one (1) way in which technology will be used to deliver the lesson; partially provided a rationale for the technology.

Satisfactorily proposed at least one (1) way in which technology will be used to deliver the lesson; satisfactorily provided a rationale for the technology.

Thoroughly proposed at least one (1) way in which technology will be used to deliver the lesson; thoroughly provided a rationale for the technology.

6. Create an implementation plan for the curriculum in the form of a PowerPoint presentation of at least eight (8) slides. Include (a) a summary of the development process (Assignments 1 and 2), (b) the instruction lesson outline, (c) an implementation timetable, and (d) the human and capital resources needed for successful implementation.
Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely created an implementation plan for the curriculum in the form of a PowerPoint presentation of at least eight (8) slides. Did not include or incompletely provided (a) a summary of the development process (Assignments 1 and 2), (b) the instruction lesson outline, (c) an implementation timetable, and (d) the human and capital resources needed for successful implementation.

Partially created an implementation plan for the curriculum in the form of a PowerPoint presentation of at least eight (8) slides. Partially provided (a) a summary of the development process (Assignments 1 and 2), (b) the instruction lesson outline, (c) an implementation timetable, and (d) the human and capital resources needed for successful implementation.

Satisfactorily created an implementation plan for the curriculum in the form of a PowerPoint presentation of at least eight (8) slides.  Satisfactorily provided (a) a summary of the development process (Assignments 1 and 2), (b) the instruction lesson outline, (c) an implementation timetable, and (d) the human and capital resources needed for successful implementation.

Thoroughly created an implementation plan for the curriculum in the form of a PowerPoint presentation of at least eight (8) slides. Thoroughly (a) a summary of the development process (Assignments 1 and 2), (b) the instruction lesson outline, (c) an implementation timetable, and (d) the human and capital resources needed for successful implementation.

7. Use at least three (3) relevant, scholarly references published in the last seven (7) years. (May use references already used in this paper.)
Weight: 5%

No references provided

Does not meet the required number of references; some or all references poor quality choices.

Meets number of required references; all references high quality choices.

Exceeds number of required references; all references high quality choices.

8. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements
Weight: 10%

More than 6 errors present

5-6 errors present

3-4 errors present

0-2 errors present

 

 

 

 

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