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56 Product Choices Chart………………………………………………….. 57 Examples of Scope and Sequence Charts……………………………. 58 CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE CURRICULUM (General Guidelines) An effective curriculum: MEANING • • • • • Sets measurable objectives that focus on fundamental knowledge and processes Includes a clear, defensible rationale Contains explicit course (unit) descriptions Articulates the scope and sequence Provides assessments and instructional activities to measure established objectives COHERENT • Provides opportunities at each level to build on prior knowledge and processes ARTICULATED • • Promotes learning at different grade levels that is appropriately sequenced and related Connects topics within grade levels/courses/units by unifying themes/concepts HIGH STANDARDS FOR ALL • • • • Establishes a core set of challenging standards for all students Promotes in-depth learning Addresses student learning styles through a variety of instructional strategies Utilizes a variety of assessments to evaluate levels of student understanding ALIGNED • • Exhibits strong connections between the written, taught, and the assessed curriculum Supports the process and content Show-Me Standards through appropriate objectives, instructional activities, instructional practices, and assessments From: ASCD Curriculum Handbook (1998) 49 CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE CURRICULUM (Gifted Education Guidelines) An effective curriculum should: 1.
Distinguish between primary and secondary sources on a given topic or problem. • Locate relevant primary and secondary sources. • Take accurate notes from sources, using direct quotations, paraphrasing, and summarizing. • Record sources of all information noted, including complete bibliographic information. • Compare and contrast sources on a topic, issue, or problem with respect to date, aspects covered, information provided, and relevance to the study. • Compare and contrast authors and interview subjects with respect to qualifications.
A Guide for Developing Gifted Curriculum Documents by Linda Smith
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