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Getting Started with Curriculum Mapping: Panel Discussion (Part 2)

April 27, 2022

Learn from a panel of education leaders on how they made curriculum mapping work for them. Learn the challenges they’ve experienced, how they addressed them and moved forward with solutions that worked. Heidi Hayes Jacobs and Marie Alcock, two curriculum experts, moderate the discussion.

These two sessions will walk you through getting staff motivated and involved in curriculum mapping, determining goals for curriculum mapping initiatives, determining what a quality curriculum map looks like, and helpful PD practices and grouping staff (PLCs) to prepare and engage faculty.

Panel

Jennifer Mitchell
Jennifer MitchellSuperintendent, Huntingdon Area School District
Michael Broach
Michael BroachVice Principal of Academics and Student Services, Bishop Kenny High School
Lisa DiGaudio
Lisa DiGaudioDirector of Curriculum & Instruction, New Dawn Charter Schools
Daniel Gallant
Daniel GallantSupervisor of Educational Technology, Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools

Panel Moderators

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.
Dr. Marie Hubley Alcock
Dr. Marie Hubley Alcock
Dr. Marie Alcock is the founder and president of Learning Systems Associates (LSA). Dr. Alcock has spent the last 25 years working in public and private education as a teacher, administrator, and public advocate. She has written 10+ books on the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment design. Her focus has been working with schools to improve student motivation, student achievement, multi-purpose mapping, instructional practices, utilization of digital tools in schools, and building summative and formative assessments.

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