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Designing Quality Unit Maps with Teams

February 4, 2021

Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs will walk you through what it takes to create, manage, and review curriculum maps throughout the year to maximize students’ potential for success.

Are you moving beyond textbooks to OER and flexible content? Would you like to learn how to design quality unit maps and lesson plans? Watch all three professional development sessions and learn practical and proven approaches to helping schools tackle all things curriculum.

Whether you’re part of a seasoned curriculum team, a team with limited experience, or even a district superintendent, this webinar series is for you.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:
  • Write essential questions

  • Layout content and skills in a purposeful and easy way

  • Develop formative and summative assessments

Speaker Details

Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs is the founder and president of Curriculum Designers. Dr. Jacobs provides professional services to schools, organizations, and agencies to create modern learning environments, upgrade curriculum, and support teaching strategies to meet the needs of contemporary learners for over 30 years. Her models on curriculum mapping and curriculum design have been featured in 13+ books and software solutions throughout the world.
Kynan Gallagher
Kynan Gallagher
Kynan Gallagher is Product Manager at Chalk, where he works with teachers and education leaders to create solutions focused on planning, organizing and analyzing curriculum. He has several years experience supporting hundreds of schools across the world in getting their curriculum mapping projects underway.

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