Curriculum, Learning, and Innovation


How can we work as a professional learning community to ensure a rich and rigorous curriculum for all students, providing them with the opportunity to achieve high educational expectations and standards?


Students learn best when the instruction they receive and the assessments used to align with state standards. To ensure student achievement, it is critical that the curriculum, instruction, and assessment align. Our educational standards provide the foundation of the defined curriculum. Curriculum documents may take a variety of forms: a district curriculum guide or mapping, a course syllabus, or a unit or lesson plan. Instruction refers to the implementation of the defined curriculum—the teacher’s methods and use of instructional resources. Assessment takes many forms, including diagnostic, classroom-based formative and, summative assessments that measure student proficiency of the defined curriculum.

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